• CreativitY, with a capital WHY?

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    July 22, 2019

    MEDIA ADVISORY

    July 17, 2019

    Lauren Peirce, Marketing Director
    Sandy Spring Museum
    17091 Bentley Road, Sandy Spring, MD 20860
    301-774-0022, lpeirce@sandyspringmuseum.org
    www.sandyspringmuseum.org 

    CreativitY, with a capital WHY?
    On exhibit September 5 – November 24, 2019
    Reception: Sunday, September 15, 1:000pm – 4:00pm 

     

    Sandy Spring, MD -- Photographer Larry Marc Levine captures the extraordinary in the ordinary life of creative people at work.  Over thirty portraits depicting artists and other professionals pursuing their passions will be on exhibit from September 5 – November 24, 2019 at Sandy Spring Museum. 

     

    A fascination with the creative process and watching people in their creative element inspired Mr. Levine to document their work. He interviewed and photographed dozens of individuals with vastly different skills including artists, dancers, and musicians.  Realizing that creativity goes beyond traditional visual and performing artists, he expanded the project to include bakers, chocolate makers, tree climbers and many others. “Everyone I photographed is from the Washington, DC Metro area, contradicting the notion that DC is inhabited only by lobbyists and bureaucrats!” says Levine, who believes that respect for the individual and appreciation for the diversity of people, ideas, and processes are all important aspects of his photography.  

     

    A reception on Sunday, September 15 will feature demonstrations by six individuals whose portraits will be on exhibit including musicians Karen Buglass (dulcimer) and Alyssa Centanni (violin); jewelry maker Bobbi Premack Gorban; violin maker David Rapkievian; fabric artist Shirley Waxman; and graffitist Herberth Romero.

     

    About the Artist: Larry Marc Levine
    Larry Marc Levine worked as a staff photographer for the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority in Washington, DC for over 35 years. His photographs have documented all phases of growth and operations for the metro transit system and have been displayed in presentations, digital, and print publications, calendars, marketing materials, annual reports, websites, and other wall art.

     

    Sandy Spring Museum supports community-driven cultural arts and educational programs.  We gather community to build a sense of place and belonging.  Sandy Spring Museum is located at 17901 Bentley Road, Sandy Spring, MD 20860. The museum is wheelchair accessible. Admission is free. Hours: Thursday, 10 am – 8 pm, Friday 10 am – 5 pm, Sunday 11 am – 4 pm, and the First Saturday of each month 10am to 5pm.  For more information, visit www.sandyspringmuseum.org

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    Olney Chamber of Commerce
    (301) 774-7117