The city of Hagerstown is spending $7,000 for a new piece of public art.
A 250-pound pink, cast iron pig sculpture is missing from a Snow Hill museum.
The Annapolis chicken sculptures have raised the pecking order of public art in the city.
The Maryland Food Bank says over 175,000 Marylanders don’t know where their next meal is coming from. Now they have found a creative way to get out their message.
Antonio Tobias “Toby” Mendez, the sculptor who created the statues of Cal Ripken Jr. and other Orioles players at Oriole Park at Camden Yards, will be sculpting a bronze relief for the Westminster branch of the Carroll County Public Library.
A memorial commemorating the Battle of Bladensburg is nearly complete, and supporters hope it will soon be installed in Prince George’s County.
A new sculpture could soon be taking shape in the heart of downtown Baltimore.
When you paint with fire, you don’t sign your work with a pen or a brush. Hell, no. You heat a branding iron until it glows, press it hard into wood and admire the sizzle and smoke. Walker Babington just got the branding iron, which bears his initials. Before that, he didn’t feel comfortable signing his art work at all.
If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, finding it in the trash can take special vision.
Is it a shipwreck? A decaying Moby Dick? Sailboat masts? Fish on spears? Annapolis motorists will have a chance to interpret an abstract sculpture in the center of the roundabout at the head of Inner West Street.
This is a family guide to Artscape.