"Achromatic and Monochromatic" is the theme of art work on display at BWI airport from November 20, 2020 thru March 15, 2021. The following first three selected are painted works selected from Laura. Also, there are three photographs by Ted.
My Blues Elevated
Shortcut Through Winter
The Fall of a Season
"A Moment with Oneself" seemed an appropriate title for this cowgirl. She is a metal silhouette cutout casting her shadow on this barn.
A customer was captivated by this picture. He was intrigued by the planes' coming or going. It is in the eye of the beholder. In his honor I have called this "Recapitulating Flight".
"Palms" was taken on a long, quiet trail in Marathon, Florida. The wilderness was so dense that following a coral path provided the only practical avenue through. This photo depicts the beauty that such a canvas can create.
BWI Airport is hosting the Anne Arundel Arts Council's 28th exhibit themed "All Things in Big & Small" which was to run from March 23rd through July 23rd of 2020. Due to the viral crisis, this exhibit has been stalled while the "Methods of Transport" exhibit enjoys an extended showing. When this crisis ends there will be hanging paintings "Great Aspirations" and "Double Cheese" by Laura. Theodore's photos "Lion King" and "Sea of Dreams" will also join the wall.
Lion King was shot at the National Zoo in Washington D.C. If you want to see more I have a gallery of the cubs playing under my heading on this website.
I borrowed a fish from my friends at Londontowne Tropicals in Edgewater and turned it's world upside down during an adventure to Ocean City Maryland and a Sea of Dreams.
The Anne Arundel Medical Center is hosting "Shapes and Patterns". The art on display can be found in the Clatanoff Pavillion near the Healing Gardens. Pictured below are Theodore's submissions "Dune Patrol" and "Powder Room Catwalk". Laura, too, has submitted "Bouquet for Dali" and "Alley Cat Perspective". This exhibit runs from December 9, 2019 through June 8, 2020.
"Dune Patrol" was captured on the National Park beach of Assateague Island.
Restrooms needn't be without class. Such is the case within the Emporium Antique Mall (Frederick, MD). I was captivated whilst making water and brought home a souvenir..."Powder Room Catwalk".
"Bouquet for Dali"
"Alley Cat Perspective"
BWI airport and the Arts Council of Anne Arundel County are hosting the 27th exhibit themed "Methods of Transport" from November 18, 2019 - March 19, 2020. Below are three selected photographs by Theodore. Laura has made her BWI debut with two complimentary clown paintings.
"Cap'n Black" was photographed on Big Hunting Creek which runs through Catoctin Mountain National Park.
Opportunity is often found unexpectedly. During a recent show, Wine on the Water at Kurtz's Beach, the happenstance of two patrons parked erroneously together presented such an opportunity. The contrast caught in this image has been aptly named "Different Strokes".
"Share the Road" was taken in a crowded alley outside a restaurant in Amsterdam plugged with bicycles.
Home for the Holidays
The Anne Arundel Medical Center is hosting "Wonders of Nature". The art on display can be found in the Clatanoff Pavillion near the Healing Gardens. Pictured below is Theodore's submission "Small Projects Architect". This exhibit runs from August 6th through December 2nd.
If you are familiar with Annapolis, Maryland you are likely familiar with What's Up magazine. They publicize the "in the know" of Annapolis goings on. Serving the leisure distraction of Annapolis and surrounding towns, it is no wonder they have attracted the attention of the Bohemian Studios artists. Theodore Kramer and Laura Kramer exhibited works at the What's Up gallery located in their main office (201 Defense Highway Annapolis, MD 21401) during the spring/summer of 2019. Below are the three works by Laura and the five by Theodore on exhibit.
BWI airport and the Arts Council of Anne Arundel County are hosting the 26th exhibit themed "Colors of the World" from July 22nd - November 14th. We are proud to report that Theodore has two works on exhibit. They are titled "Let There Be Light" captured on a Bermuda morning. These clouds came from US shores where they dumped crippling snow the day before. "Shenandoah Twilight" is the gift of mountain sunsets. Shot from National Park Skyline Drive. He is honored and gracious to have exhibited consistently at BWI for a year. Scroll down to see his previous exhibits.
BWI Exhibit 25 "Movement" "Moving Forward" shot beneath the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, Germany and "Mr.&Mrs. Karnie" shot on Trimper's carousel in Ocean City, Maryland.
BWI Exhibit 24 "Space and Place"
"Nighttime at Oshkosh" was captured during a night performance at the annual air show hosted by the EAA(Experimental Air Assoc.)