Sam Rose, LL.B. ’62 and Julie Walters’ suburban Maryland home is a haven for animals, plants and art! House and grounds are abundantly adorned with beautiful, thought-provoking works that range from small sculptures to a bronze horse by Deborah Butterfield that weighs several thousand pounds (and required that the lawn be reinforced to support it).
These photos of Rose by Chris Myers feature just a few pieces from the couple’s extensive collection. We’ve also included a closer look at some works that were part of the 2016 exhibition at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, “Cross Currents: Modern Art From the Sam Rose and Julie Walters Collection.”
Professor Steven Leyva was inspired to teach a class on one of our most iconic superheroes, Batman. Tune in to learn about his motivation for “The Evolution of Batman” class, how Batman comics parallel society today, and more.
The book art of L. Nef’fahtiti Partlow-Myrick, B.A. ’92, and Jenny O’Grady, M.F.A. ’06, features traditional book-binding techniques and a variety of eclectic materials. Enjoy the images below captured by photography Justin Tsucalas from their exhibit of works that debuted at Baltimore’s Hamilton Gallery in September.