Alumna Kimberly Haines ’12, visual arts, will display a collection of paintings centered around the theme “New Skies” at the David Mikow Art Gallery in Catonsville starting later this week. An opening reception will be held at the gallery on Friday, May 3, from 5 to 7 p.m.
“New Skies, is full of new planets and surreal landscape paintings created with a variety of different mediums including watercolor, spray paint and acrylics,” said Haines, who was part of the gallery’s inaugural show with four other UMBC alumnae last fall. This is her first solo show.
“I am ecstatic to see so much of my own work line the walls of an art gallery,” she said.
The David Mikow Art Gallery is run by UMBC political science professor Carolyn Forestiere and her husband, Asher. For more information, including directions to the gallery, visit the gallery’s website here.