Geraldine Butler is a Maryland based artist whose work is inspired by nature. She is classically trained in painting, and has a long history of working from the landscape. Butler has been working abstractly for the last eight years, and although her work has a strong connection to the landscape, her paintings do not depict any specific places.
Butler received her BFA in Painting from the Maryland Institute College of Art and is a graduate of the Baltimore School for the Arts where she now teaches painting. She has also taught TWIGS at the school for many years and has been a teaching artist through the Baltimore Office of Promotion for the Arts’ Bright StARTS program.
Butler has participated in several group and solo exhibitions throughout the country and abroad over the last two decades, and she also participates regularly in art festivals throughout the region.
Butler's studio is located at the Historic Savage Mill in Howard County, Maryland.