Taylors Collective | In Sight: Observations of Our Natural World: paintings and woodcut prints by Ellen Corddry and ceramic work by Kathy Swan
Located in the heart of Ellicott City’s Historic District, the 10,000 square foot Collective includes boutiques, studios and artisan workshops.
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In Sight: Observations of Our Natural World: paintings and woodcut prints by Ellen Corddry and ceramic work by Kathy Swan

In Sight: Observations of Our Natural World: paintings and woodcut prints by Ellen Corddry and ceramic work by Kathy Swan

While working in very different styles and media, local artists, Ellen Corddry, with her woodcut prints and watercolors,  and Kathy Swan, with her ceramics, both depict the beauty of nature in their work. Their show,  “In Sight: Observations of Our Natural World” will run at Artists’ Gallery in Ellicott City from May 29-June 24.

A reception to meet the artists on Saturday, June 9 from 4-6 p.m. Corddry will give a woodblock cutting demo at 4:30 pm and Swan will give a talk on ceramic techniques at 5:00 pm.