Fine Arts in the Valley

Once a year, artists in Maryland’s beautiful Middletown Valley throw open their studio doors to the public. The self-guided Fine Arts in the Valley tours allow friends, patrons, and visitors to explore the Valley, talk with each individual artist, and learn about how and why they create. It’s also an opportunity to view and buy their latest works in a variety of media, subjects, and styles.

10th Anniversary Group Showing at
Frederick Cellars October 4th, 5-9pm
Frederick Cellars, 221 N. East St, Frederick, MD

This event is FREE and open to the public.

Art will be for sale and commissions are welcomed. Studios are open at other times by appointment with the individual artists.

Anne Gibson Snyder, a Kingsbrook Animal Hospital client, will have her art featured at the show.

Anne’s formal art training began at age nine with noted art educator Edwin Connelly. She studied with Julien Binford at Mary Washington College, and received the Schnellock Award for the most promising painter upon graduation. Anne was selected as one of 25 artists to participate in “Paint Annapolis”, a juried exhibition sponsored by the Mid Atlantic Plein Air Painter’s Association. She divides her time between her studio in Middletown and a North Carolina retreat.

“I paint from life. The smells, sounds and subtle colors that occur in nature give added inspiration to my work”.