THE ARTS:

At the Galleries

Fleckenstein Gallery Features Thomas Wynn

Prints by Thomas Wynn, an artist with a background in medical photography, will be on view through the month of November at Fleckenstein Gallery & Archival Framing, 29 Allegheny Ave. in Towson. Wynn’s work has been featured in various medical journals and in Rolling Stone. In this show, his prints involve modern interpretations of religious themes, including the 7 deadly sins.

Also at this gallery: Kateryna Mychajlyshyn, a painting conservator from the Ukraine, will give a free lecture on Icon Conservation on Sunday, November 18 at 2 p.m. Call 296-8588 by the 16th to reserve a space. See also: http://www.fleckensteingallery.com

Hungarian Artist Featured at Lutheran Center

Artworks by Hungarian artist Balage Balogh, who now lives in Baltimore, will be on view through December in the lobby of the Lutheran World Relief Center at 700 Light Street. The show is open to the public Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Call 410 230-2821 for information. See also: http://www.lwr.org

 


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This story was published on November 7, 2001.