Ring in the New Year at the Liriodendron with Pairings Bistro

Ring in the New Year at the Liriodendron with Pairings Bistro

Ring in the New Year with Pairings Bistro at the elegant Liriodendron Mansion!

Enjoy an Open Bar with Premium Cocktails, Wine, Beer, and “Mock-Tails” too!

Feast on food from Pairings including Chef-Carved Prime Rib, a Raw Oyster Bar, Mini Crab Cakes, Lobster Mac & Cheese, Mini Desserts and more!

Dance to Live Music featuring No Boundaries.

Book early and save! $120/person if purchased by December 15 ($140/person after.)

Call Pairings Bistro at 410-569-5006 to make your reservation today!

Wishing Star Theater Presents A Christmas Carol

Wishing Star Theater Presents A Christmas Carol

The Liriodendron is excited to host the Wishing Star Theater’s dramatic reading of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, bringing this holiday classic to life! Our historic mansion provides the perfect setting for this beloved story.

Please join us for this engaging holiday entertainment on Saturday December 28 & Sunday December 29 at 7:00pm.

Tickets $15 adult/$7 children (minimum age 10 years).

Tickets can be purchased here: https://form.jotform.com/93233905541152
or by calling 410-879-4424

Season’s End – Final Art Show of the 2019 Season

Season’s End – Final Art Show of the 2019 Season

Visit the Liriodendron for the final art exhibit of the 2019 Season from Sunday, October 20 through Sunday, November 10. 

The exhibit will feature the work of four eclectic artists: Trevor Slade, Bryan O’Neil, John Hardwicke, and Brent Crothers, along with the works of other pop-up artists.

Trevor Slade will share his paintings and drawings. His works have been exhibited throughout the Baltimore area. 

Trevor has stated “Timeless is the human experience of pain and pleasure, hardship and will. I strive to depict that as one would feel it—and, more importantly, as one would see it. Upon this meditation I will create art that can connect to the living, breathing person. A good artist cannot approach their work with the same irrationality and folly it aims to depict, but approaches art with discipline in practice, a respect for the meaning-seeking viewer, and a responsibility to make valuable contributions to the most life-affirming tradition in the history of humankind.”

Bryan O’Neill is an intermedia artist who earned his MFA from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County in Intermedia and Digital Art in 2019, and his BFA in photography from Towson University in 2016. The artist uses sculpture, photography, and performance to create work which explores the intersections of mankind and nature. Focusing on “American ideas of wilderness, survivalism, manliness, and absurdity,” he explores the ecological thought and the performance of masculinity in the culture of the outdoorsman. His process focuses heavily upon repetition to create installations which reveal hours of meditative effort through salvaged wood, camp rope, and resin.

John Hardwicke’s  work features images that are a combination of photography and computer programming, producing surreal landscape collage prints. Says the artist “These worlds are inhabited with individuals and creatures whose origins are of my making and photographed personages of my wife’s soft sculptures.” John is one of the Liriodendron’s Gallery Directors.

Brent Crothers grew up the son of a plumber in Harford County. At twenty-four, he purchased 20 acres of undeveloped forest. It was there that he says he “started trusting my intuition and allowed myself to play with the materials of the forest. There I owned the artist in me.” He earned a BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 1989, and an MFA from Rinehart School of Sculpture  in 2003.  He has exhibited in 10 states, in the District of Columbia, and China including the Baltimore Museum of Art and The Art Museum of The Americas in Washington, DC.

A special opening reception will be held on Sunday, October 20 from 1 to 4 pm. 

The exhibit will be available for viewing on Wednesdays from 1 to 7 pm and Sundays from 1 to 4 pm through November 10.

Music at the Mansion Presents Tom Prasada-Rao

Music at the Mansion Presents Tom Prasada-Rao

Music at the Mansion is proud to present singer-songwriter Tom Prasada-Rao at the Liriodendron on Sunday, November 3.

Called a “virtual world music ensemble rolled into one guy” and “the most compelling presence to emerge in the singer-songwriter genre…in a long time”, Tom is a masterful musician and extraordinary songwriter. His music combines folk with an R&B flavor – melodic, ambitious, and reverent.

Born in Ethiopia of Indian parents and raised in Washington DC, Tom is an award-winning performer, teacher, producer, and a distinctive voice. This is someone you definitely want to see!

Tickets $15 each for adults, $7 for children ages 6 – 12, and free for under 6.

CLICK HERE to purchase tickets.

Tickets also available by phone (410-879-4424) or at the door.

Show starts at 6 pm.  Doors open at 5:30 pm

http://www.tomprasadarao.com/

Music at the Mansion is supported in part by a grant from Maryland State Arts Council through Harford County Cultural Arts Board, by a grant from Harford County, and by Music Land.

                  

Fall Book Talk – October 10

Fall Book Talk – October 10

Join Harford County Public Libary staff at the beautiful historic Liriodendron Mansion for the bi-annual Book Talk! 

Learn about current and seasonal titles for all ages while enjoying lunch and engaging conversation in an elegant atmosphere.

Book giveaways and opportunities to borrow recommended titles at the event!

Call today to reserve your spot – limited seating!  410-879-4424

Tickets $28