Pictures: What’s in Store in Westminster – Off Track Art
Perhaps it’s something in the air. But Westminster seems to be a center of creative expression.
Whether it’s something created by a local artist or artisan or a home accent carefully chosen by a local business owner, you’re sure to find something here that can bring a little self-expression to your home. — Sloane Brown
What’s in Store: Off Track Art
(Sloane Brown, Special to The Baltimore Sun / April 26, 2012 )
Two businesses share this artistic space. Walk in the door and on the left, you’ll enter Off Track Art, an artists cooperative which currently shows the work of 10 local artists.
On the right is Carousel Stained Glass, with work mostly by owner Roger Lewis, who also teaches locally and shows the work of his students.
From Off Track Art: a 20-inch-x-22-inch mixed media collage displayed in a 6-panel window, titled “Egg Visions” ($250) by Bob Waddell; a 32-inch-30-inch “Reclining Nude” laminated plywood sculpture by Linda Van Hart; and an 18-inch-x-12-inch red and black patchwork small laundry basket ($150) by nationally acclaimed basket maker Joyce Schaum.
Off Track Art
and Carousel Stained Glass are at 11 Liberty St., Westminster.
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