Liriodendron

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Liriodendron
502 W. Gordon Street
Bel Air, MD 21014
Phone: 410-879-4424 /
Website: http://www.liriodendron.com

Built in 1898 by a prominent Johns Hopkins physician, Dr. Howard Kelly, Liriodendron Mansion is a beautiful, palladian style building ideal for special events, including weddings and corporate meetings. Outside features a terrace with wisteria covered archways and a boxwood garden. 
 
Free Admission. Gallery exhibits throughout the year.

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June 25, 2017
Prehistoric Culture of the Northern Chesapeake
The Ice House at Liriodendron
Meet with Dan Coates or another archaeological society representative to learn about the evidence of Native American activity in the region prior to European contact. This permanent exhibit is located in the historic Ice House at the Liriodendron Mansion.
June 25, 2017
Beyond the Visual, The Spirit of Place: A Collection of Paintings and Drawings Past and Present
Liriodendron Gallery
The Liriodendron Foundation Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibit of the works of artist John Sauers. John Sauers was born and raised in Harford County graduating from the Maryland Institute of Arts in 1955.  He was employed as a graphic designer for Baltimore Gas and Electric for 35 years.  It was during this time period that Sauers spent lunch hours sketching buildings in Baltimore many of which are no longer in existence today.  In the 1990s Sauers and his wife Jeanette relocated to the mountains of Whitetop, Virginia where he was appointed as a board member and won two four year residencies at the William King Arts Center.  The couple returned to Darlington, MD in 2005 where they reside today.  Sauers’ work has been included in numerous regional and national exhibitions across the United States.  

June 28, 2017
Beyond the Visual, The Spirit of Place: A Collection of Paintings and Drawings Past and Present
Liriodendron Gallery
The Liriodendron Foundation Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibit of the works of artist John Sauers. John Sauers was born and raised in Harford County graduating from the Maryland Institute of Arts in 1955.  He was employed as a graphic designer for Baltimore Gas and Electric for 35 years.  It was during this time period that Sauers spent lunch hours sketching buildings in Baltimore many of which are no longer in existence today.  In the 1990s Sauers and his wife Jeanette relocated to the mountains of Whitetop, Virginia where he was appointed as a board member and won two four year residencies at the William King Arts Center.  The couple returned to Darlington, MD in 2005 where they reside today.  Sauers’ work has been included in numerous regional and national exhibitions across the United States.  

July 1, 2017
Family Fun Day at the Liriodendron
Liriodendron Mansion
Free community event: Start your Independence Day weekend with family activities at the Liriodendron! Games; American Indian exhibits; see artists at work - kids can also make their own "plein air" painting; popcorn & lemonade. Tour the beautiful country estate of Johns Hopkins Hospital co-founder, Dr. Howard Kelly, where his family of 9 children spent their summers.
July 2, 2017
Prehistoric Culture of the Northern Chesapeake
The Ice House at Liriodendron
Meet with Dan Coates or another archaeological society representative to learn about the evidence of Native American activity in the region prior to European contact. This permanent exhibit is located in the historic Ice House at the Liriodendron Mansion.
July 2, 2017
Beyond the Visual, The Spirit of Place: A Collection of Paintings and Drawings Past and Present
Liriodendron Gallery
The Liriodendron Foundation Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibit of the works of artist John Sauers. John Sauers was born and raised in Harford County graduating from the Maryland Institute of Arts in 1955.  He was employed as a graphic designer for Baltimore Gas and Electric for 35 years.  It was during this time period that Sauers spent lunch hours sketching buildings in Baltimore many of which are no longer in existence today.  In the 1990s Sauers and his wife Jeanette relocated to the mountains of Whitetop, Virginia where he was appointed as a board member and won two four year residencies at the William King Arts Center.  The couple returned to Darlington, MD in 2005 where they reside today.  Sauers’ work has been included in numerous regional and national exhibitions across the United States.  

July 5, 2017
Beyond the Visual, The Spirit of Place: A Collection of Paintings and Drawings Past and Present
Liriodendron Gallery
The Liriodendron Foundation Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibit of the works of artist John Sauers. John Sauers was born and raised in Harford County graduating from the Maryland Institute of Arts in 1955.  He was employed as a graphic designer for Baltimore Gas and Electric for 35 years.  It was during this time period that Sauers spent lunch hours sketching buildings in Baltimore many of which are no longer in existence today.  In the 1990s Sauers and his wife Jeanette relocated to the mountains of Whitetop, Virginia where he was appointed as a board member and won two four year residencies at the William King Arts Center.  The couple returned to Darlington, MD in 2005 where they reside today.  Sauers’ work has been included in numerous regional and national exhibitions across the United States.  

July 9, 2017
Prehistoric Culture of the Northern Chesapeake
The Ice House at Liriodendron
Meet with Dan Coates or another archaeological society representative to learn about the evidence of Native American activity in the region prior to European contact. This permanent exhibit is located in the historic Ice House at the Liriodendron Mansion.
July 9, 2017
Beyond the Visual, The Spirit of Place: A Collection of Paintings and Drawings Past and Present
Liriodendron Gallery
The Liriodendron Foundation Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibit of the works of artist John Sauers. John Sauers was born and raised in Harford County graduating from the Maryland Institute of Arts in 1955.  He was employed as a graphic designer for Baltimore Gas and Electric for 35 years.  It was during this time period that Sauers spent lunch hours sketching buildings in Baltimore many of which are no longer in existence today.  In the 1990s Sauers and his wife Jeanette relocated to the mountains of Whitetop, Virginia where he was appointed as a board member and won two four year residencies at the William King Arts Center.  The couple returned to Darlington, MD in 2005 where they reside today.  Sauers’ work has been included in numerous regional and national exhibitions across the United States.  

July 12, 2017
Beyond the Visual, The Spirit of Place: A Collection of Paintings and Drawings Past and Present
Liriodendron Gallery
The Liriodendron Foundation Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibit of the works of artist John Sauers. John Sauers was born and raised in Harford County graduating from the Maryland Institute of Arts in 1955.  He was employed as a graphic designer for Baltimore Gas and Electric for 35 years.  It was during this time period that Sauers spent lunch hours sketching buildings in Baltimore many of which are no longer in existence today.  In the 1990s Sauers and his wife Jeanette relocated to the mountains of Whitetop, Virginia where he was appointed as a board member and won two four year residencies at the William King Arts Center.  The couple returned to Darlington, MD in 2005 where they reside today.  Sauers’ work has been included in numerous regional and national exhibitions across the United States.  

July 16, 2017
Prehistoric Culture of the Northern Chesapeake
The Ice House at Liriodendron
Meet with Dan Coates or another archaeological society representative to learn about the evidence of Native American activity in the region prior to European contact. This permanent exhibit is located in the historic Ice House at the Liriodendron Mansion.
July 16, 2017
Beyond the Visual, The Spirit of Place: A Collection of Paintings and Drawings Past and Present
Liriodendron Gallery
The Liriodendron Foundation Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibit of the works of artist John Sauers. John Sauers was born and raised in Harford County graduating from the Maryland Institute of Arts in 1955.  He was employed as a graphic designer for Baltimore Gas and Electric for 35 years.  It was during this time period that Sauers spent lunch hours sketching buildings in Baltimore many of which are no longer in existence today.  In the 1990s Sauers and his wife Jeanette relocated to the mountains of Whitetop, Virginia where he was appointed as a board member and won two four year residencies at the William King Arts Center.  The couple returned to Darlington, MD in 2005 where they reside today.  Sauers’ work has been included in numerous regional and national exhibitions across the United States.  

July 23, 2017
Prehistoric Culture of the Northern Chesapeake
The Ice House at Liriodendron
Meet with Dan Coates or another archaeological society representative to learn about the evidence of Native American activity in the region prior to European contact. This permanent exhibit is located in the historic Ice House at the Liriodendron Mansion.
July 23, 2017
Artistic Influence: A Retrospective Look at the Work of the late Carol Wolosik and the Family Artists She Inspired
Liriodendron Gallery
This exhibit consists of the mixed medial work of the late Carol Wolosik, daughter, Healther Lee Wolosik Braun and granddaughter, Lydia Wolosik Braun.
July 26, 2017
Artistic Influence: A Retrospective Look at the Work of the late Carol Wolosik and the Family Artists She Inspired
Liriodendron Gallery
This exhibit consists of the mixed medial work of the late Carol Wolosik, daughter, Healther Lee Wolosik Braun and granddaughter, Lydia Wolosik Braun.
July 30, 2017
Prehistoric Culture of the Northern Chesapeake
The Ice House at Liriodendron
Meet with Dan Coates or another archaeological society representative to learn about the evidence of Native American activity in the region prior to European contact. This permanent exhibit is located in the historic Ice House at the Liriodendron Mansion.
July 30, 2017
Artistic Influence: A Retrospective Look at the Work of the late Carol Wolosik and the Family Artists She Inspired
Liriodendron Gallery
This exhibit consists of the mixed medial work of the late Carol Wolosik, daughter, Healther Lee Wolosik Braun and granddaughter, Lydia Wolosik Braun.
August 2, 2017
Artistic Influence: A Retrospective Look at the Work of the late Carol Wolosik and the Family Artists She Inspired
Liriodendron Gallery
This exhibit consists of the mixed medial work of the late Carol Wolosik, daughter, Healther Lee Wolosik Braun and granddaughter, Lydia Wolosik Braun.
August 6, 2017
Prehistoric Culture of the Northern Chesapeake
The Ice House at Liriodendron
Meet with Dan Coates or another archaeological society representative to learn about the evidence of Native American activity in the region prior to European contact. This permanent exhibit is located in the historic Ice House at the Liriodendron Mansion.
August 6, 2017
Artistic Influence: A Retrospective Look at the Work of the late Carol Wolosik and the Family Artists She Inspired
Liriodendron Gallery
This exhibit consists of the mixed medial work of the late Carol Wolosik, daughter, Healther Lee Wolosik Braun and granddaughter, Lydia Wolosik Braun.
August 9, 2017
Artistic Influence: A Retrospective Look at the Work of the late Carol Wolosik and the Family Artists She Inspired
Liriodendron Gallery
This exhibit consists of the mixed medial work of the late Carol Wolosik, daughter, Healther Lee Wolosik Braun and granddaughter, Lydia Wolosik Braun.
August 13, 2017
Prehistoric Culture of the Northern Chesapeake
The Ice House at Liriodendron
Meet with Dan Coates or another archaeological society representative to learn about the evidence of Native American activity in the region prior to European contact. This permanent exhibit is located in the historic Ice House at the Liriodendron Mansion.
August 13, 2017
Artistic Influence: A Retrospective Look at the Work of the late Carol Wolosik and the Family Artists She Inspired
Liriodendron Gallery
This exhibit consists of the mixed medial work of the late Carol Wolosik, daughter, Healther Lee Wolosik Braun and granddaughter, Lydia Wolosik Braun.
August 16, 2017
Artistic Influence: A Retrospective Look at the Work of the late Carol Wolosik and the Family Artists She Inspired
Liriodendron Gallery
This exhibit consists of the mixed medial work of the late Carol Wolosik, daughter, Healther Lee Wolosik Braun and granddaughter, Lydia Wolosik Braun.
August 20, 2017
Prehistoric Culture of the Northern Chesapeake
The Ice House at Liriodendron
Meet with Dan Coates or another archaeological society representative to learn about the evidence of Native American activity in the region prior to European contact. This permanent exhibit is located in the historic Ice House at the Liriodendron Mansion.
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