Bamberg Germany, oil, 18 × 20 prints available
Bamberg Germany, oil, 18 × 20 prints available

Here are some of the paintings I have done of buildings in Maryland:

Summit Avenue Church


The Arts Barn

oil on canvas, 16″x20″ – offered at $850

Located in Gaithersburg, MD, my artwork was featured here in 2009.

St. Mark’s Church

oil on canvas – SOLD

For several years, I lived across the street from this beautiful church. Built in the late 19th century, St. Mark’s is a little country church in Highland, MD, a rural area in Howard County.

Highland Groomery

oil on canvas, 18″x24″ – SOLD

Also located in Highland, this historic structure housed a tavern in the 18th century, where Maryland patriots would meet to discuss the fight for independence from Great Britain.


oil on canvas-SOLD

A continuation of the Highland Series, Butterfield’s was a little store in the center of Highland, across from the Groomery. The building is now a boutique named “Serendipity”.

St. Mark’s Church in Winter

oil on canvas, 16″x20″ – SOLD

My daughter (a writer with a minor in art history) suggested this scene. She likes the symbolism of the warm light coming from within the church in the midst of the cold winter. “It reminds me,” she said, “that even when it seems like all is lost and life is over, there is still hope.”


6 thoughts on “Buildings

  1. These are beautiful, Connie!!!! I didn’t get to see the pictures you were going to show me on your phone camera of some recent works, so thought I’d check you out on the web. I’m so glad I did. You are indeed a gifted lady. I look forward to seeing more of your work.
    Carol Record

  2. Connie your work is so amazing. So glad to see your vision in your art work. Love and prayers. happy fourth…

  3. The St. Mark’s Church is stunning. You have definitely captured the warmth and hope with the light in the windows.

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