Americas’ landscapes come together at MFA Circle Gallery exhibit

A secluded radio station in mountainous Montana.

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Palm trees along Miami’s Biscayne Boulevard.

Pink flowers growing in the grassy fields of Colombia.

Whether from Central, North or South America, chances are there’s a landscape for you at the Maryland Federation of Art Circle Gallery’s new exhibit, “American Landscapes: Scenes From The Americas.”

The show, which opened Aug. 14 and has been part of MFA’s offerings for the last 15 years, was expanded just three years ago to include all of the Americas, Hawaii and the Caribbean.

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