Category Archives: art history
I took a few moments today to drive around West Baltimore after I picked up a Vitamin C Blast Smoothie from my friend Andre’s excellent juice stall in the Avenue Market on Pennsylvania Avenue in Upton. It’s called Just Juice … Continue reading
I have always loved faded, painted advertising on buildings. Maybe that’s why I enjoy public art so much as it acts as a use for a wall that was simply being a wall until the artists’ hand had its’ way … Continue reading
I drive past the intersection of 25th Street and Greenmount Avenue all the time, but I hadn’t noticed this interesting bit of public art until just a couple of days ago. The only word that makes any sense is ‘Metro’ … Continue reading
I ventured to Hampden this past Monday and stumbled across a cool place that I had read about and was hoping to check out. Here’s their business card.Yup, Bazaar Curiosities and Oddities on Chestnut Avenue. If you liked the now-defunct … Continue reading
In my never ending quest to document the amazing urban art of Baltimore City, I often become frustrated because I have so little time to photograph my finds. I have to log in my teeny little mind where the art … Continue reading
of Andy Warhol and Divine. It just dawned on me that Divine looks a little like Little Edie Beale of Grey Gardens fame. ZANY!
A John Waters Christmas – Patricia and Arthur Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric – Station North – Baltimore, MD 21201 – FindLocal Baltimore Sun
A John Waters Christmas – Patricia and Arthur Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric – Station North – Baltimore, MD 21201 – FindLocal Baltimore Sun.