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My trip to Southern Maryland


On Monday my husband and I had scheduled a day to ourselves and drove out to Southern Maryland, driving down through St. Mary’s County and then back through Calvert County. It included a wonderful crab lunch at Stoney’s. And one of the highlights for me was a trip to Annemarie Garden, a 30-acre public sculpture garden in Solomons. It was a beautiful setting with numerous pieces of sculpture placed in the open and along paths in the woods, some recycled art, many pieces on loan from the Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum. The entrance to the gardens features two ceramic gateposts made by Peter King and Marni Jaimie from Pensacola, Fla. The gardens also featured an art studio, classes, etc., however, all but the gardens were closed on Mondays. Here are some other pictures from the trip. The first two are Three Red Lines by George Rickey and feature painted stainless steel kinetic construction

Finally here’s Curved Form: Bryher II, a bronze by by Dame Barbara Hepworth.

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