About Face Opening Reception – Creative Alliance

About Face Opening Reception – Creative Alliance

December 10, 2016 – Creative Alliance at The Patterson

Pictured (LtoR) Lance Randall, Northrop Grumman systems engineer; and Patrick O’Guinn, Sr., O’Guinn McNeal senior partner, in front of an Amy Sherald portrait of O’Guinn’s daughter, Marissa O’Guinn

Pictured (LtoR) Dennis Ferrell, retired State of Maryland administrator; and Amy Sherald, exhibition artist

Pictured (LtoR) Zanova Mickens, Baltimore area private detective; Tisha Guthrie, LifeBridge Health and Wellness social worker/fitness coach; and Tiffany Ralph, Baltimore City educator

Pictured (LtoR) Lesley Gardiner, Friends of Patterson Park volunteer coordinator; and Caryn Horrigan, Lakeland Elementary/Middle School English as a second language teacher

Pictured (LtoR) Baisal Roman, Baltimore-based artist; Nobi Gray, Baltimore-based artist/musician; and Dora Carroll, Urban Think Media web designer

Pictured (LtoR) Kate McKinnon, Baltimore-based painter; Gina Caruso, Creative Alliance managing director; and Carla Finkelstein, Towson University professor of education

Pictured (LtoR) Sarah McCann, Baltimore Clayworks executive director; Juan Ortiz, Baltimore-based artist/curator; Margaret Footner, Creative Alliance executive director; and Jeremy Stern, Creative Alliance exhibitions curator

Pictured (LtoR) Jerome Powell, Johns Hopkins University LAN administrator; and Neena Abraham, browngirlmagazine.com ad sales manager

About Art (December 10, 2016) Loads of folks filled the Creative Alliance galleries for the opening night reception of “About Face,” an exhibition featuring the work of Amy Sherald, Rozeal, Tim Okamura and Ebony G. Patterson.

Since becoming a resident artist at Creative Alliance in 2014, Sherald was the first woman to win the National Portrait Gallery’s Outwin Boochever Award, and is currently on the cover of Smithsonian Magazine.

Sloane Brown

Baltimore's longtime fashion and social scene reporter, Sloane is the founder/managing editor of Baltimore Snap.