Last evening at the Soulful Emergence Gallery, well-known Baltimore artists Nether and Reed Bmore presented Off Season – artwork they created over the winter months.
Reed’s intriguing wire sculptures depicted such iconic Baltimore scenes as rowhouses, an Arabber fresh produce wagon, and a 12 o’clock motocross rider. Other pieces showed children at play as well as a fanciful llama flying astride a rocket.
A few months back, Nether added an airbrush to his artist’s toolkit. He told Charm City Streets he is enjoying it so much he may very well have to call his next gallery show Four Seasons. He went on to describe how an artist uses a brush and spray paint can to control the shape, dimension, and depth of a mural. Nether said the most exciting characteristic of an airbrush is the added control the artist has over focus.
Follow the links below to learn more about artwork by Nether and Reed Bmore … including items available for sale:
Reed Bmore https://www.facebook.com/ReedBmoreStreetArt/
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