Author, Lindsay Bolin Lowery.
Lindsay Bolin Lowery


Lindsay Bolin Lowery is an artist and writer whose work is informed by her love of food, culture, and landscapes of the Chesapeake Bay region. She is owner of LBo Craft, studio manager of Art at Large, Inc., as well as a teaching artist for Future History Now and ArtFarm Annapolis. She has been a blogger with Visit Annapolis since 2015.  You can find Lindsay's work at
Local Faves:
-Sailor Oyster Bar
-Black Market Bakers
-Kim Hovell Studio

Holiday Theatre Returns!

The holiday season is upon us, and following on the heels of a year like no other, our favorite community traditions return! Every business and organization adapted gracefully to the challenges, but there are few events so ready to be experienced live quite like the performing arts. As artists are…

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Black Market Bakers

As people began staying home last year, my Instagram feed became filled with people learning how to make bread from scratch. Like stir-crazy frontier folk, we seemed to meet the moment with a collective “goodbye gluten-free, hello sourdough!” I myself contemplated jumping in, but luckily Steven…

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Circle Creatives: The Gateway to the Arts District

Circle Creatives stands as the gateway to the Annapolis Arts District. Image courtesy of the author. As you make your way around Westgate Circle in Annapolis, a distinct building may catch your eye, with its colorful angles and large charcoal circle that defines the exterior. You are looking at the…

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Holiday Happenings in Annapolis

The streets along City Dock sparkle with Christmas magic. Image courtesy of Visit Annapolis. I recently wrote about hearth-warming and how to make your household as cozy as possible this holiday season. While we are all doing our part to stay healthy, this town has some creative and conscientious…

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Hearth-Warming for the Holidays

Custom art prints can be found at HERE. a pop up shop. This print if from artist Kim Hovell. When you think of Annapolis, you probably think of your favorite shops and restaurants nestled in a waterfront colonial setting. When you tour the historic homes of William Paca or the tenement house of…

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Portrait Tips from Annapolis Pro Photographers

As Thanksgiving approaches and the full force of the holiday season begins to unwrap, I am thinking less about to-do lists and Black Friday deals and more about family. This year has taught us so much about resilience and appreciating the ones who love you through it all. No matter what your family…

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