BALTIMORE (WJZ)–Charm City is about to turn into Light City.
For one week, a festival of lights, music and innovation will take over the Inner Harbor.READ MORE: People In Baltimore Protest In Solidarity, Mourning Daunte Wright's Death After He Was Fatally Shot By Police During Traffic Stop In Minnesota
For two local artists it’s an incredible opportunity to showcase their amazing work.
Jessica Kartalija has more on the excitement.
Inside a garage in Old Town a masterpiece in progress.
Tim Scofield and Kyle Miller are building a giant peacock for Light City, taking over the Inner Harbor later this month.
The head is 12-feet tall, the tail feathers, when its open will be 21-feet by 35-feet wide, the designers say.READ MORE: Pause In Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Could Delay Maryland's Goals As Baltimore City Emerges As Potential New Hotspot
“It’s spotlighting a lot of local artists, it’s a great opportunity for people who might not know that Baltimore is full of artists that do this crazy stuff,” said Tim Scofield.
Like the bus sign that Scofield and Miller created at the creative alliance.
The peacock really represents old and new Baltimore. The history of Baltimore with the steel, but then the newer Baltimore–of innovation and design, with the LED’s.
“It’s wirelessly controlled off of an iPad, throughout the festival, we will have all kinds of light displays going on,” said Tim.
The peacock is one of several works of art that will be on display for thousands to see.
Light City is March 28th through April 3rd.MORE NEWS: Stimulus Check Update: Are You Eligible For A Plus-Up Payment?
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