Lexington Park Gallery

Lexington Park Library Art Gallery

July 1 – August 15, 2017: Suzanne Shelden

Suzanne Shelden grew up in the Washington, DC area and currently lives in Southern Maryland. She has been working in art for well over 40 years, achieving experience in painting, drawing, photo restoration, graphic design, and exhibit design. As a painter, she spent several years working on commission and participating in shows with local art associations in Rockville and DC. She continues to work actively, finding her career both challenging and rewarding. At this time she has several series in progress, including the following: Route 4 (paintings of views as seen from the car), Appalachian (scenes from the mountains), Washingtonian (DC perspectives). For more information, visit her website at www.sheldenstudios.com.

painting of a path in the woods, rocks and leaves on the ground and a sign on a tree with illegible text

Appalachian Valley Way Watson Junction


Are you an artist and wish you had a place to share your artwork with others? Since the Lexington Park Library Art Gallery was created by artist Candy Cummings in 2005, many amateur, student, and professional artists have displayed their artwork. Contact the St. Mary’s County Arts Council at info@smcart.org or 240-309-0686 if interested in displaying your work. Exhibits change every 4-6 weeks and a reception is held to recognize each artist. The Art Gallery is funded by the St. Mary’s County Arts Council.