Spring has sprung: daffodils are blooming; robins are out searching for those tasty early worms; and, street art is sprouting in many public spaces across town.
Pablo Machioli created a handful of intriguing wheatpastes featuring Rainbow People which Indian and Tibetan Buddhism see as a sign of great sanctity or nirvana.
On N Howard Street in the Bromo Tower Arts & Entertainment District, Pablo Machioli, Gary Mullen, and an unidentified artist created murals for MTA’s Light Rail in Baltimore.
Reed Bmore sculpted two new pieces in Charles Village. High winds precluded capturing a good image of the sculpture above 31st Street.
On Friday, April 15th, Soulful Emergence Gallery, 1412 South Carey Street, presented an exhibit of artwork Baltimore street artists Nether and Reed Bmore created in the Off Season.
In support of the series of discussions entitled Redlining: Geographies of Exclusion and Conversations of Inclusion sponsored by the 21st Century Cities Initiative at Johns Hopkins University, Section 1 Art Park presented a collaborative mural by Baltimore artists Billy Mode, Meca, and Wake.
In addition to the Section 1 Art Park mural by Billy Mode, Meca, and Wake, Graffiti Alley also saw new work by Noah and Virsone.
Jekl and Achu created new pieces in the Station North Arts District.
On Greenmount Avenue near 27th Street artists Erick Benitez and Lucas Telanovas are creating a new mural.
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