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Lindsay Bolin Lowery has always drawn, written, and visually journaled the world around her. Graduating from Maryland Institute College of Art with honors, she has since been an artist at Art at Large, Inc., the studio of Sally Wern Comport. Specializing in illustration, design, public art, and large-scale graphic solutions, there is never a boring day on the job. When not at Art at Large, Lindsay creates for her art business LBo Craft – a culmination of a love for drawing, painting, photographing, documenting, and working with her hands to craft handmade things that celebrate hometown pride, nostalgia, and nature. You may also spot her behind the counter at Art Things from time to time; setting up an LBo Craft sale at Lowery’s Produce on the Eastern Shore; popping into HERE, a pop-up shop; or supporting the local art and music scene. Lindsay specializes in watercolor, drawing, and printmaking media. Check out LBoCraft.com to view Lindsay’s work or at artatlargeinc.com to check out the day job! Follow her on instagram and twitter @linds_lbocraft or LBoCraft on Facebook.

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The Circus is in Town!

The circus is in Town! The circus is in town! Nitro Circus that is, where the acrobats and clowns are flying through the air on bikes, motorbikes, and other vehicles that were definitely never meant for flight. Fueled by engines, physics, and just plain crazy, these stunts are performed by the greatest daredevil athletes in the […]

July 17, 2017


Waves of Creativity on the Chesapeake

We’ve all stared into the blank abyss. Whether it be a sheet of paper, a computer screen, or a canvas staring back at you, we’ve all had our share of creative blocks from time to time. My new favorite solution? Break for fresh air and head to the water with my SUP (stand-up paddle) board! Whenever I need a little sunshine and want to see the local scenery at its best, there is no better place to clear my head and find peace than on a calm, quiet creek. Wildlife, lush flora and fauna, and breathtaking land and seascapes are all you need to gain a fresh outlook.

July 17, 2015


Art Things, Inc.: ‘Headquarters’ for Annapolis Artists

There is a pink house across from the Naval Academy Stadium at the intersection of Taylor Avenue and Annapolis Street. You could miss it if not for the Mona Lisa sign out front, but once you find it, you have stumbled upon one of Annapolis’s greatest artistic treasures.

May 08, 2015


Top of Spring and Summer To-Do List: Annapolis’ First Sunday Arts Festival

First Sunday Arts Festival is a Sunday afternoon stroll in Annapolis at its best. Dogs are out smiling with their two-legged friends, children enjoy the view from atop their parents’ shoulders, restaurant-goers overflow out into the street, and shoppers peruse authentic local goods from the town’s skilled artisans. Sometimes you can catch your favorite vendors a few months in a row or perhaps you’ll stumble upon one you’ve never seen before. The variety of offerings is ever-changing, making for a fresh experience each time you visit.

April 20, 2015


In Annapolis, Art is for Sharing

A year ago, local artist Sally Wern Comport completely immersed herself in the beliefs, histories, and imagery of Martin Luther King, Jr., even attending the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington. Why? She was researching King for the illustrations of her latest Simon & Schuster children’s picture book Love Will See You Through: Martin Luther King’s Six Guiding Beliefs (As Told by his Niece), written by Angela Farris Watkins, PhD.

March 05, 2015


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