Recently, the well-known Baltimore street artist Nether partnered with professional landscaper Elise Victoria to form Arts+Parks. The purpose of their non-profit organization is to create art-filled green space in Baltimore’s underserved communities. The Gutierrez Foundation funded their first major project – the Carey Street Pocket Park in the Harlem Park neighborhood.
Over the past week, Charm City Streets photographed Nether as he created the stunning new mural on the 1000 block of N Carey Street – and captured images of Harlem Park residents watching Arts+Parks in action and commenting favorably upon their new green space.
Elise is now hard at work landscaping the two adjacent vacant lots they adopted from Baltimore City.
You can find more information about Arts+Parks and their upcoming projects on their website.
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