Plaza Artist Materials & Picture Framing - Towson, MD
Located on the west side of York Rd, between the traffic circle (at Joppa Rd) and Pennsylvania Ave, directly across the street from the Rec Room, Torrent Lounge and Pho Dat Thanh. We offer 1 hour free validated parking at the Towson Library Parking Garage or the Cinemark Parking Garage. On Saturdays you get 3 hours of validated parking!
We validate for 1 free hour at either the Towson Library Parking Garage, located on Chesapeake Ave., or the Cinemark Parking Garage, located on Delaware Ave. A validation on Saturday will give you 3 hours of parking!
Metered parking is also available nearby, including directly across the street on northbound York Rd. Metered parking is FREE on Sundays and after 6pm from Monday through Friday.
- 1 - 2 blocks from bus stops for lines 8, 55 and quickbus 48.
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From your finest artwork to your newly earned diploma, Plaza frames it all! Our expert picture framing design team is ready and waiting for you to bring in your treasures.
Events in our Towson Store
Hands On Paint Pouring Extravaganza!
It’s back! This time with string gel! Create your own paint pouring masterpiece using string gel! Come to any Plaza Art Store anytime between 1:00pm and 4:00pm on Saturday, June 23rd to inspire your creativity through seamless surfaces, pools of colors, flowing applications, and various mark making. Experience a variety of techniques like dripping, stringing, drizzling, pouring, puddling, marbling, dragging, & more. All supplies provided! One canvas per person. While supplies last. Bring or buy your own surface for any additional pieces. Maximum size: 8in x 10in. Liquitex Pouring Medium and String Gel will be 40% off list and Liquitex Ink! will be 30% off list!
Explore Daniel Smith Watercolor
Join us for a fun and interesting conversation with Scott Stevenson, Sales Representative for DANIEL SMITH Manufacturing. Have questions about Quinacridone pigments? Wonder where the color Serpentine comes from? How does the color Moonglow gets its name or how does DANIEL SMITH test pigments for lightfastness? What’s granulation? This is a great opportunity to ask questions in a conversational and relaxed atmosphere.
The presentation will start off with the history of DANIEL SMITH Manufacturing and the many aspects of developing DANIEL SMITH products. You will see firsthand lab paint outs, minerals used to manufacture colors in the PrimaTek line and more. The finale...the exciting opportunity to sample a selection of our colors and put paint to paper!!! All participants will receive some free samples, register today! Please call the store to register at 410-823-6406.