Wednesday Morning Artists show at Candleberry Gallery

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Special to Dorchester Banner/Wednesday Morning Artists
Bees Work by photographer Cal Jackson and (below) Great Blue Heron with Palmettos painted in oil by Marilyn Stone.

CAMBRIDGE — The Wednesday Morning Artists of Cambridge will exhibit at the Candleberry Gallery in St. Michaels during the month of July. The show opens in the upstairs gallery on July 1, and continues through July 31.
This eclectic exhibit and sale features the work of both photographers and painters.

Featured photographers are Fran Saunders, Cal Jackson, Janet Kerr, and Ted Mueller, each well-known for his or her specific, easily-identified, unique style. The fully finished pieces in this show and sale are of many subjects and were created using various photographic techniques.

Marilyn Stone and Sue Lester present original paintings, some in oil and some in watercolor. The subjects range from wildlife to floral to landscape and many of these pieces have never been on exhibit in this area. Each is framed and ready for hanging.

Multi-talented Lois McKenzie and Rose Poling are exhibiting both photographs and paintings.
Candleberry Gallery, 210 South Talbot St. in St. Michaels, is open from Monday through Friday from 9 to 5, on Saturday from 9 to 9, and on Sunday from 10 to 3. You can learn more at CandleberryGallery.com.

Artists in various mediums comprise the Wednesday Morning Artists. For the past decade, this group has been bringing talent and energy to serve the community and to promote art and all of its benefits.

The group meets weekly at 8 a.m. at Creek Deli in Cambridge. It has speakers, roundtable discussions, shows and sales, and much more. This active group welcomes all and is free. You will find more information at WednesdayMorningArtists.com and on Facebook.
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