Gallery Tour with Mark Kramer

A Retrospective of Figurative Bronzes is on display at Gallery B from October 12 to November 5.



The Bethesda Urban Partnership and the Bethesda Arts & Entertainment District introduce Mark Kramer, local sculptor/architect at Gallery B.

The gallery is a new non-profit arts space that is available to interested artists and arts organization for one-month rentals.

Mark Kramer's Retrospective of Figurative Bronzes will be on display from October 12 to November 5.

The exhibit is a series of new and prior Bronze Bas Relief sculpture that Kramer has created over the past 30 years.

Watch a video tour below with the artist:

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