Hoffberger Gallery


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About

The Hoffberger Gallery is located near the beautiful Hoffberger Chapel at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation. The ample physical space can accommodate large and small works of art and offers exhibitors excellent exposure with the many meetings and events that take place at BHC throughout the year.

Established in 1958 by Claire Bornfriend, an artist and congregant of BHC, the Gallery continues to be self-sufficient and is run by a committee of active congregants, some of whom are themselves artists, committed to encouraging a love of art.

The Gallery consistently showcases works of quality in varied media by artists from all over the Mid-Atlantic region, with a special emphasis on Israeli artists during the High Holy Days. Exhibits change every two months, September through June, and offer opening receptions with refreshments. The hours for the Gallery follow BHC building hours. For directions, click here.

INFO: Marcia Bornfriend, marcia410@comcast.net, Lauren Loran, laurenloran@mac.com
or 410-764-1587, ext. 270.

Current Exhibit

January/February Exhibit

"Photo-Synthesis" work by Norm Dubin

Reception

Sunday, January 10, 2-4 PM

Artist Statement

Norm Dubin was reborn as a photographic artist in 2006 when he started exhibiting at fairs and galleries. Much of his work involves post camera digital enhancements and modifications. His recent work combines related photographs in multiple images or collages, overlapping images, or double exposures; Ansel Adams or Aubrey Bodine, he is not. He is, however, something else and he continues to explore the medium to find out exactly what that is. He has exhibited widely in the Baltimore area as well as New York, Delaware, and Michigan. This is a return engagement at the Hoffberger Gallery, as he previously exhibited here in 2011.

Norm lives in Baltimore with his wife, Valerie. In a parallel universe he was a medical researcher.

Upcoming Exhibits

March/April 2016

Artist: Baltimore Watercolor Society

Reception: Sunday, March 6,  2-4 PM

May/June 2016

Artist: Matt Klos

Reception: Sunday, May 1,  2-4 PM

Past Exhibits

November/December 2015: Elaine Katz, fabric collaged art quilts: "Fantasy Fiber"

September/October 2015: Effie Gereny, acrylic and mixed media: "Grey Matters"

July/August 2015: Dr. George Gutmann (presented by Cantor Sacks): "My Father's Story: A Retrospective In Art"

May/June 2015: Marcia Wolfson Ray, sculpture: "Outside/Inside"

March/April 2015: Charcoal Club (Jennifer Murtha Group), oil, watercolor, pastel: "Art for Everyone, Right In Your Backyard"

January/February 2015: William Tamburrino, oil: "Landscapes Near and Afar"

November/December 2014: Roxanne Weidele, pastels: "Horizons"

September/October 2014: Claudia Cameron, acrylics: "My Mother’s Story"

July/August 2014: Emerging Artists Exhibit

May/June 2014: Rosyln Zinner, mosaic art: "Breaking Good: Mosaic Art"

March/April 2014: Bridget Sullivan, mixed media photography: "Viewshed"

January/February 2014: Paul Moscatt Plein Air Group, oil, acrylic, pastel: "Landscape Works"

November/December 2013: David Knopp, drawing, print, sculpture: "Rooted"

September/October 2013: David Bacharach, mixed media: "Baltimore Timepoints"

July/August 2013: Rabbi Morris S. Lazaron

May/June 2013: Rhonda LK Schonwald, mixed media: "Letters to God"

March/April 2013: Carol Lee Thompson and Students

 January/February 2013: Joanne Adleberg, Paintings

Submissions

For information on our submission process, click here to download our submission guidelines. To plan for hanging click here and view the gallery space layout and measurements. INFO: Marcia Bornfriend, marcia410@comcast.net, Lauren Loran, laurenloran@mac.com or 410-764-1587, ext. 270.

BHC will retain a modified commission of 30% of the sale price. As a non-profit organization this commission to BHC is tax deductible. INFO: David Weis, Controller, 410-764-1587, ext. 243.

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