Annie Quinlan and Thomas Sterner
Annie Quinlan and Thomas Sterner will be exhibiting individual and collaborative pieces in their show entitled ‘Everything is Connected,’ February 4th through February 27th, 2022 at NOMA Gallery, 437 N Market St, Frederick.
February First Saturday “Meet the Artists” Opening Reception: February 5th, 5-8pm
Third Thursday Artist Talk: February 17th, 7pm
Exhibition runs: February 4th – 27th
Gallery hours: Fridays & Saturdays, 12-8pm; Sundays, 12-4pm
This exhibit explores the relationships and interdependence of all things. Both artists are influenced by nature and their connection to it. Quinlan investigates spiritual connections, with mantras in her underpainting, implied memories, and transcendence. Sterner’s thought-driven works juxtapose title and imagery to encourage the viewer to contemplate and smile.
Quinlan and Sterner both work in multiple mediums. Sterner has focused on making public sculptures since 2017, but enjoys being a part of NOMA Gallery and collaborating with artists. Quinlan’s work is driven by the creative process, and informed by her experience as an art therapist and yoga teacher.
NOMA Gallery is open Fridays and Saturdays 12-8pm, and Sundays 12-4pm. A new exhibit is hung each month. In addition to this featured exhibit, ‘Everything is Connected,’ a second gallery displays individual works from 21 other artists associated with NOMA. Please support local artists.