Johns Hopkins Showcases Art Talent and Creativity of Its Employees

There is an amazing art exhibit in the Turner Concourse that runs until April 2, 2012. It contains artwork created by Johns Hopkins employees and their relatives. Mediums displayed include oil and acrylic paintings, charcoal sketches, ink drawings, sculpture, jewelry, and craft work. There are a number of pieces from Pathology employees, many of whom work in Pathology Photography Division, a/k/a “Path Photo.”

The art exhibit is sponsored by the National Arts Program® (NAP) in Malvern, Pennsylvania, which was established in 1982 to identify, showcase, and reward visual artistic talent in America. NAP sponsors 89 venues in 42 states and the District of Columbia, and Johns Hopkins is the only venue currently in the State of Maryland and is in its fourth year of participation.

The opening of the Hopkins Show began February 6. The following day awards were given in several categories, including adult amateur, adult intermediate, adult professional, youth 12 & under, teen 13-18, and best of show.

Below are photographs of work exhibited by Pathology employees. Be sure to make time between now and April 2 to visit the exhibit in Turner and celebrate imagination, artistry and creativity of Hopkins employees and their families!


Jonathan Epstein MD Japan”


RJ Malacas “Visiting Popop”

Norman Barker “Watkins Glen  New York”


Frederick Dubs “Jefferson Memorial”

Rick Tracey “Mountain View”

Sharon Blackburn “Words about Jane”

Jean Lavelle “This Old House

Loretta Gladden-Reddy – “Autism Awareness from a Global Perspective through Research and Education”

Jeanette Keene “Tuscan Door”


Georgina Pillainayagam “Shoes”

Renata Karlos
Pathology Administration

One Response to “Johns Hopkins Showcases Art Talent and Creativity of Its Employees”

  1. Maria Barata Says:

    The Pathology people are wicked talented, and no mistake.