Academy Art Museum

Art Museum
Through 5/4

East Meets West: Contemporary Japanese Prints from the UMUC Collection

Twenty prints from the University of Maryland University College's collection of Japanese prints.
Through 5/4

Linn Meyers: Blue Study

An exhibition of artwork by Meyers, a D.C.-based artist who creates drawings and paintings on mylar.
Through 5/25

Ann Krestensen: Clay as a Canvas

Hand-built vases decorated with acrylic paints by Krestensen are displayed.
5/10 - 7/13

From Bierstadt to Wyeth: American Landscapes from a Private Collection

An exhibit, which includes mostly oil paintings, features work by Albert Bierstadt, Rockwell Kent, George Inness and other American artists.
5/10 - 7/13

Wood Transformed: The Art of Vicco von Voss

Fifteen newly crafted wood sculptures and a new body of work by the artist.
Through 7/20

Bryan Collier, Illustrator: Celebrating Juneteenth

Collier's paintings combine watercolors and collage. The artist's work has been featured in several children's books including Nikki Giovanni's "Rosa."
Through 12/12

Ongoing exhibits:

Paintings, drawings and prints by key figures in American and European art.
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Founded in 1958, and located in downtown historic Easton, the Academy Art Museum presents exhibitions, concerts, performances and lectures. With its five studios and a darkroom, the museum offers painting, drawing, photography, sculpture, ceramics, printmaking and dance classes to adults and children living in the Eastern Shore region. Past exhibitions have included original works by Ansel Adams, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg, Howard Pyle and N.C. Wyeth. The academy is a private not-for-profit institution. Special docent tours are available on request.