2020 SHOWS Due to the Covid 19 virus, some of these shows will be or have been postponed, moved online, or cancelled. Sad artists everywhere! More to come as I know details.
Gallery Clarendon, National Juried Exhibition "Kaleidoscope", Arlington VA, January 6 - February 8 (BEST IN SHOW WINNER for "Doo Dah Parade") The Mansion at Strathmore "Home" Juried Show, Bethesda MD, January 11 - February 23, 2020 Maryland Federation of Art, Works on Paper National Juried Show, Annapolis MD, April 2 - May 2, 2020 (Moved to an online show, due to Covid 19.) Mezzanine Gallery, Delaware Division of the Arts - May 1 - 29, 2020 (RESCHEDULED for November 2020, due to Covid 19) Rockville Festival of the Arts, Rockville MD, May 2 and 3, 2020 (CANCELLED, due to Covid 19) Oxford Fine Arts 2020, Oxford MD, May 15-17, 2020 (Moved to an online show, due to Covid 19) Rehoboth Boardwalk Art Festival, Rehoboth DE, May 23, 2020(CANCELLED due to Covid 19) Frederick Festival of the Arts, Frederick MD, June 6 and 7, 2020(CANCELLED due to Covid 19) St. Peter's Art Show, Lewes DE, July 4, 2020 (CANCELLED due to Covid 19) Rehoboth Art League Outdoor Show, Rehoboth DE, August 1, 2, 8 and 9, 2020 (Moving to an online show, due to Covid 19) Bethany Beach Boardwalk Art Show, September 12, 2020, Bethany Beach DE (CANCELLED, due to Covid 19) Northern California Arts Inc., Sacramento CA, Bold Expressions International Juried Show, October 6 - Nov. 1, 2020 The Fl3tch3r Exhibit, Socially and Politically Engaged Art, October 5 - December 11, 2020, East Tennessee State University Reece Museum
Kim Klabe is an artist from Rehoboth, Delaware. She is a graduate of University of Delaware with a major in Painting and the Antonelli Institute of Art and Photography. See my work at Gallery 50 in Rehoboth, Delaware, Rehoboth Art League, and at District Arts in Frederick MD. See the upcoming shows above for juried shows and festivals and gallery representation. Thanks for visiting! Contact me at kimklabe.com or visit my Facebook page @KimKlabeWineandBeerPours
People have nightmares about my paintings sometimes. It pleases me enormously. -Donald Baechler (1956 - )