Birdcap and Richt are two artists who drew a particular amount of attention during the third annual Pow! Wow! DC Mural Festival last week in NoMa.
A score of local, regional and international artists gathered last week in NoMa for the third annual Pow! Wow! DC mural festival.
An intriguing sculpture, a bit of nervous nonsense, two eye-catching indigenous women, mesmerizing geometric abstracts, and an oasis graced the warehouse walls near the intersection of M Street and 3rd Street NE.
Local, regional and international artists gathered May 5th–13th in DC’s NoMa neighborhood for the third annual Pow! Wow! DC mural festival.
A Chinese dragon, a host of spirit animals and golden characters, an endearing father and child, a gigantic chameleon, and more lined the stretch of the Metropolitan Branch Trail between R Street NE and New York Avenue NE. Charm City Streets captured much of the artistic action along this outdoor art gallery.
Over the past ten days or so, Northeast DC has been abuzz with artistic activity. The international art festival Pow! Wow! returned to our Capital City for the second year in a row. DC artist Kelly Towles curated the event bringing 15 renowned artists from the four corners of the earth to the NoMa neighborhood.