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Dan Dudrow


Dan Dudrow was born in West Virginia. He attended Louisiana State University for two years, then transferred to Rhode Island School of Design, where he earned his BFA in 1963. After spending two years in New York City, he entered the Maryland Institute College of Art, where he earned his MFA in Painting in 1967. Since 1970 he has taught full-time at MICA. Dudrow’s work has been exhibited in places like New York, Washington DC, France, and Italy. Recent local solo exhibitions include Faux Portraits at MICA and Ercolano at Stevenson University. His current body of work could best be described as narrative abstraction. Although painting occupies most of his time,  Dudrow also likes to write poetry and short stories. He maintains a studio in Woodberry.

Earlier Event: January 4
Ed Weldon Solo Exhibit
Later Event: April 5
Barbara Wolfe