Montbello- Silverman Park
9ft x 22 ft
Mural commission awarded by Denver Arts and Venues Urban Art Fund 2019 public art grant.
2019 Art@Work Mural- Sandtown. Located at 1601 Calhoun Street Baltimore. Painted with the assistance of 10 youth apprentices from Baltimore YouthWorks empolyment program coordinated by Jubilee Arts.
The design incorporates ideas from residents of Sandtown collected during interviews and community canvassing sessions. On the left we have a portrait of Jaila, one of our youth apprentices, a Sandtown resident. She is holding a daffodil, one of the first flowers to bloom in the spring, and a symbol of rebirth. We also have images of the old Pennsylvania Avenue merging with the new and a family walking from the past to the present. Above we have the South African Protea flower a symbol of hope and perseverance. On the far right is the Gladiolas flower (named after the Gladiators of Ancient Rome) a symbol of strength and integrity alongside Butterfly milkweed, blue cardinal and cinnamon fern, plants native to Maryland.
Installation in Middle Branch Park for Art On The Waterfront, a temporary sculptural exhibition sponsored by Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts in partnership with Baltimore City Department of Recreation & Parks with support from the South Baltimore Local Development Council and South Baltimore Gateway Partnership.
Growth & Recovery
Murals commissioned by University of Maryland Medical Center’s Behavioral Health Unit. The artworks adorn the walls of patient rooms and common areas to enhance the environment where patients will be treated for substance-abuse and mental health issues.
Wood, Paint, Cement
Recipient of the 2018 Lots Alive Grant, each hand embodying a symbolic tool for creating community: determination, education, growth, Creativity, Peace and building. Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts and the Baltimore Office of Sustainability’s Baltimore Green Network’s outdoor community art program, Lots Alive supports the creation of temporary outdoor artworks sited on vacant lots along Park Heights Ave. Designed in partnership with the Baltimore Green Network, Lots Alive aims to breathe life into underutilized vacant spaces through creative interventions.
Paint, wood, cement
Part 2 of Public art activation for the 2018 Lots Alive Grant. . The carnival style “cutouts” engage people of all ages but especially youth, to dream of what their future be. Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts and the Baltimore Office of Sustainability’s Baltimore Green Network outdoor community art program, Lots Alive supports the creation of temporary outdoor artworks sited on vacant lots along Park Heights Ave. Designed in partnership with the Baltimore Green Network, Lots Alive aims to breathe life into underutilized vacant spaces through creative interventions.
30 ft x 52 ft
Mural commissioned by the Enoch Pratt Free Library system to bring new life to the children’s section at the Orleans street branch.
8ft tall x 170 ft.
Commissioned mural collaboration with Chelsea Henery for the Greenmount West Community located on both sides of the Guilford Street Bridge. The design features maps of the Greenmount West neighborhood, Baltimore city and the World intertwined with portraits of community members.
17ft x 34 ft.
Mural dedicated to the future of Park Heights, a historic neighborhood in Baltimore. Produced through the Art @ Work Program sponsored by Jubilee Arts, Baltimore Office of Promotion and Arts and Park Heights Renaissance.
Perimeter fence of the YNot Lot, an outdoor event space in Station North Baltimore. The fence reviitilization project was commissioned by RedBull for the Amaphiko festival 2017.
24ft x 58 ft
Description: Youth inspired commissioned by the Baltimore Office of Promotion and Arts and Waverly Ace Hardware store, funded by the Central Baltimore Partnership.