Exhibit: Baltimore Sculptors

Exhibit: Baltimore Sculptors

For the second time in our history, The Baltimore Sculpture Society will be showcasing their work at the Liriodendron. Twenty artists from the society will exhibit over twenty pieces of sculpture, both on the grounds and inside the mansion.

This special anniversary exhibition will open on Sunday, May 14 from 11 am to 3 pm, and will be on view every Wednesday from 1 to 6 pm through June 28, as well as on Sunday, June 18 from 11 am to 3 pm. The exhibit will also be on view during all public-facing events. Appointments may be made for private viewings by contacting us at 410-879-4424 or info@liriodendron.com.

Pieces exhibited on the grounds are available for view daily from sunup to sundown except when we are closed for a private event.

Exhibit: Harford’s Heritage

Exhibit: Harford’s Heritage

Opening on Sunday, March 12 and running through April 26, Harford’s Heritage features works by local artists celebrating the history and legacy of our county from their distinct perspectives.

The exhibit – part of our celebration of Harford County’s 250th anniversary – will be on view on Wednesdays through March and April from 1 to 5 pm, and on Sundays March 12 and April 2 from 11 am to 3 pm. Appointments may also be made for private viewings.

Please note: Due to the historic nature of our venue, the 2nd floor gallery space is not wheelchair accessible.

Exhibit: 6 Women Paint

Exhibit: 6 Women Paint

6 Women Paint is an exhibit featuring works by a group of six women who have painted together every Wednesday for the past eight years. Some met originally through classes at Harford Community College, and most are members of the Harford Artists’ Association. They are a close-knit group sharing and critiquing their art in a friendly atmosphere. Come enjoy their blend of medium, style, technique, and artistic expression!

Opening on Sunday, August 14 from 11 am to 3 pm, the exhibit will be available for viewing most Wednesdays through September 14 (visit https://liriodendron.com/events-2/ for specific dates and times), and on Sunday, September 11 from 11 am to 3 pm.

6 Women Paint is:
Carol Benck
Sylvia Hutt
Nancy Kerfoot
Jill Plaisted
Kathleen McGraw Scott
Saundra Warner

Please note that, due to the historic nature of our venue, the 2nd Floor Gallery Space is not wheelchair accessible. We apologize for any inconvenience.

Exhibit: Peaceful Planet

Exhibit: Peaceful Planet

Peaceful Planet presents three accomplished artists’ views of the natural world in different media.  Featuring prints from Richard Hellman,  photographs from Karen Klinedinst, and paintings from Kathryn O’Grady, this exhibit provides visitors with a deeper understanding of the simplicity and complexity of our Earth, and our relationship with it.  

Richard Hellman (https://richardhellmanart.com/) is an award-winning Contemporary Artist/Printmaker turned Wood Carver. Originally from The Bronx, NY, he now resides in the Baltimore area, having taught printmaking at several Maryland colleges and universities. His collections can be found in Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Georgia, Oklahoma, Illinois, and more.

Karen Klinedinst (https://karenklinedinst.com ) is an award-winning Baltimore based artist who uses photography to explore themes of place, nature and the environment. Inspired by the 19th century landscape paintings of the Hudson River School, she creates richly layered landscapes that combine the real with the imagined. She teaches at the Johns Hopkins University’s Odyssey Program, and has been exhibited in locations across Maryland, at the Griffin Museum of Photography, and in the collection of the National Park Service.

Kathryn O’Grady (https://massoniart.com/ogrady/) lives and paints in rural Maryland. She is especially interested in the places where people’s plans for the landscape collide with the riot of life that is there to begin with.  Born in Birmingham, Alabama, her work has been shown in solo shows over the past thirty years in Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, Bloomington, Illinois, Bethesda, and Baltimore. 

The Peaceful Planet exhibit will open on Mothers Day – Sunday, May 8 from 11 am to 3 pm – and will be on view every Wednesday from 1 to 6 pm through June 8, as well as on Sunday, June 12 from 11 am to 3 pm. The exhibit will also be open during public-facing events and by appointment. 



Please note that, due to the historic nature of our venue, the 2nd floor Gallery space is not wheelchair accessible. 

One Life – The Exquisite Florals

One Life – The Exquisite Florals

ONE LIFE – The Exquisite Florals

Recent Still -Life paintings by Jonathan West

Slow motion explosions of prismatically clarified lightwaves describing the way water splashes when mixed with stardust.”


We’re thrilled to kick off our 2022 gallery season with this beautiful exhibit by local artist Jonathan West, which features thirty-two floral still-life paintings of wildflowers painted from life and placed in exquisite vases, vividly presented with pure white backgrounds.

The exhibit will be on view beginning on Sunday, March 13 from 11 am to 3 pm, on Sunday, April 10 between 2 and 5 pm, and on Wednesdays from 1 to 6 pm through April 27. It will also be viewable during public-facing events.

The Wednesday Artists Group will be creating new floral paintings on Wednesday, April 6, which will be for sale on Sunday, April 10.

Please note:  Due to the historic nature of our venue, the 2nd floor gallery space has limited access.

Chadwick the Crab & All of His Friends – The Original Illustrations by A.R. Cohen

Chadwick the Crab & All of His Friends – The Original Illustrations by A.R. Cohen

The exhibition CHADWICK THE CRAB & ALL OF HIS FRIENDS presents a rare opportunity not only to view the stunning original illustrations from the beloved children’s book series but to also purchase them.

The 92 watercolor, and pen and ink illustrations were created by Harford County artist A.R. Cohen. Alan began his collaboration with the author Priscilla Cummings in 1986 with the publication of CHADWICK THE CRAB. Eight other books have followed in addition to an activities book and an anthology of four of the Chadwick books. Three of the series focus on Chesapeake Bay wildfowl. There is a bookish blue heron who stars in OSWALD AND THE TIMBERDOODLES, a pair of enterprising egrets featured in SID AND SAL’S FAMOUS CHANNEL MARKER DINER, and there’s TOULOUSE THE STORY OF A CANADIAN GOOSE.

This exhibition will be enjoyed by children (and adults!) of all ages and will open at The Liriodendron Mansion on Sunday November 14 from 11:00 to 3:00.  The show will be open every Wednesday, from November 17 through December 29 from 1:00 to 6:00 and Sunday December 12 from 11:00 to 3:00.

Along with the illustrations, books will be on sale and the illustrator A.R. Cohen and the author Priscilla Cummings will be there to sign them.

Don’t miss this charming and fun exhibition and the chance to purchase one of these engaging works of art! All sales benefit The Liriodendron Foundation.

The Bel Air Library will hold Storytime at the Liriodendron on Wednesday November 17 and Wednesday December 8 at 10:30 am.