The John Fonda Gallery at Theatre Project
Sidney Pink, Curator
About the Gallery
Since 1971, Theatre Project has been providing a distinct cultural experience to the citizens of Baltimore by presenting new, innovative and diverse works in the arts. The John Fonda Gallery is dedicated to providing the contemporary visual artist of Baltimore a vital venue to present shows featuring paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography and fiber arts. This arrangement of gallery and performance space creates an opportunity for dialog as visual artists and performing artists exhibit their work side by side. It was dedicated on January 14, 1993 to the memory of John Fonda, who served as curator of the gallery and nurtured Baltimore arts and artists. It is open for viewing by appointment: 410-539-3091.
Showing 4/16/13 - 5/19/13 ~ Works by Laura Payne
Meet the Artst!
Reception in the Gallery - Thursday, April 25 from 5:30 - 7:30pm
About Laura Payne
Laura Payne is a visual artist from Guelph, Ontario, Canada. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts with Distinction from the University of Western Ontario, where she focused on painting, printmaking and video. Her paintings and videos have been exhibited widely throughout Canada, at venues such as the legendary Gladstone Hotel, the Interaccess Electronic Media Arts Centre, the Toronto Urban Film Festival, and multiple Nuit Blanche events. Since arriving in Baltimore in 2011, Payne has exhibited at many venues around the city, including her first American solo show at School 33 this past Fall. Payne will receive her MFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art this Spring. She continues to exhibit in both the US and Canada.
Learn more at http://www.laurapayne.net/.
To inquire about exhibiting your work, please e-mail Sidney Pink at [email protected].