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The catwalk and the first floor
as viewed from the stairs
Our History: Columbia, Maryland 1994-2016
In 1994, the New Arts Alliance, a Columbia, Md. art organization, initiated a search for a venue to showcase local artists. The management of the American City Building, corporate home of The Rouse Company, offered to design a small gallery space in the building’s lobby to support the fine arts in Columbia. Jim Rouse, then CEO of the Rouse Company, and his wife Patty were supporters of the arts and loved the idea of an art venue in Downtown Columbia. A cooperative gallery called Artists’ Gallery was formally established on June 1,1995 and Artists’ Gallery enjoyed a 22-year relationship with the Columbia community.
Our New Beginning: Ellicott City, Maryland 2016 and Beyond
In November of 2016, the gallery relocated to Main Street in Ellicott City, which has become an arts destination for local residents and visiting tourists. Artists’ Gallery is now located at 8197 Main Street.
Our New Beginnings are continuing in 2021 and beyond. We have now survived two floods and a pandemic and we are looking forward to bringing you beautiful art for years to come.
A Member Owned and Operated Gallery
— Approximately 25 artists, working in various media, exhibit in the Artists’ Gallery. They work in pastel; colored pencil; acrylic; oils; watercolor; graphite; digital art; mixed media; traditional, hand-colored and digital photography; stained glass; clay and wood art.
— Exhibits are rotated on a monthly basis.
— All works hanging on the wall are original works of art. We also have bins containing either original works or high-quality unframed reproductions.
—The Artists’ Gallery has nationwide and worldwide patrons.
— Commissions are available.
Our Mission as professional artists is to produce creative fine art for our customers and community, thereby elevating the recognition of the Artists’ Gallery as a successful art business.
Our Vision is that the members of the Artists’ Gallery are connected to the local community and beyond through their offerings of multi-faceted, diverse visual arts.