Glen Burnie
Glen Burnie
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Glen Burnie

The History of Glen Burnie at the Museum of the Shenendoah Valley

The History of Glen Burnie is a removable panel exhibit located within the Historic Glen Burnie House. The pattern was created around the many stories that surrounds the eccentricity of the owners and those who visited, such as Clarissa, the pheasant, who tagged along on guests' shoulders, and the rose bushes that R. Lee Taylor replanted multiple times due to poor planning and floods. The colors and playful pattern give the exhibit panels the whimsical formality that was felt by everyone who visited. The clouded di-cut acrylic frames speak to all of the dreams at Glen Burnie, both realized and unfinished.

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