I woke up early and decided to go on a walk while most people were sleeping in for the holiday today. With no particular destination in mind, I picked a direction and just kept walking. First through the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), where I stumbled on some cool art. After walking in Bolton Hill I decided to head to Druid Hill Park. It was a refreshing and peaceful walk, and I absolutely enjoyed the change in scenery over the 4 mile walk.
garden pinwheel by Jennifer Becker. Mixed media.
these remind me of being a kid
mount royal station
yummy go round by Steven Jones. Made from aluminum and fiberglass.
Dancers by Steve Baker. this made me happy. the colors are so fun and uplifting.
made from hammer finished carbonized steel and brightly colored glass.
one of the cool and creative buildings on the MICA campus
just dance! moon and sun ?
enjoyed being surrounded by green as i made my way to Druid Hill park
unoccupied building – common in Bmore
sky love ❤
this view gave me a ‘countryside’ vibe without leaving the city
I like how you can see sun rays coming out of the clouds
man playing guitar atop the hill
colorful rowhomes on walk back from the park
concluded the walk with pancakes and fresh fruit 🙂
Artscape is America’s largest free arts festival – attracting 350,000+ visitors over 3 days (www.artscape.org). Right here in Baltimore, and literally just blocks from my apartment. 🙂
aerial performances were breathtaking
this weekend’s weather is perfect for artscape. wonderful!
lots and lots of people. Enjoyed the sky too – love fluffy clouds
car art – totally enjoyed these
yes, those are bottle tops. ~10,000 of them
~28,750 pennies and nickels
a closer look on the money car
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colorful disposable plates
north charles street
ferris wheels make me happy, especially when they are lit up
Gotta love this city…
I was out and about Station North this afternoon and enjoyed seeing the mural displays in that area. It’s amazing how art can transform an otherwise uninteresting structure into a thing of beauty. ART ROCKS!
Way to go Baltimore!!! This cool and creative crosswalk is located at the intersection of Eutaw and Fayette St. My friend Joe Vandigo took the first picture, and I took the second one.
I see “baby-like” creatures exploding out of this person’s body – it creeps me out.This is one of the many murals along Franklin St.