Wooden rings by Greenshock

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By Gerry Mak in New Products on Saturday 8 October 2011

My good friend Kit (her Etsy handle is Greenshock), who used to live in Baltimore and now lives in Rockland, Maine (she moved there to go to boat-building school), makes really amazing wooden rings which you should totally buy for your loved ones this coming holiday season.

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Jeremy Crawford

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By Gerry Mak in New Art on Tuesday 21 June 2011

One of my favorite bartenders in Baltimore (he’s at Club Charles) is also an amazing artist. Check out Jeremy Crawford’s vibrantly expressionist and psychedelic paintings.

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Jackie Milad

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By Gerry Mak in New Art on Friday 11 February 2011

Baltimore artist Jackie Milad, born of an Egyptian father and Honduran mother, explores social behavior and non-verbal communication with her conceptual work, drawings, and performance.

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Virginia Warwick

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By Gerry Mak in New Art on Tuesday 21 December 2010

Baltimore artist Virginia Warwick once made a public sculpture of a giant zombie squirrel with blood all over its hands and mouth. She also often dresses a squirrel or a sea turtle and runs around public places and interacts with people to make them ‘aware of non-human lifeforms’. Her most loved piece, however, was her public sculpture of a meatball on North Ave. Recently, a car accident destroyed it, and a little piece of all of us died.

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Baltimore Mural by Josh Van Horne

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By Gerry Mak in New Events on Wednesday 28 July 2010

My friend Josh Van Horne, a local Baltimore artist, did this amazing mural in our neighborhood that depicts the history of this warehouse-laden area.

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Erin Womack

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By Gerry Mak in New Art on Wednesday 8 April 2009

I was introduced to Baltimore artist Erin Womack’s work via her incredible, paper-mache masks. These masks happened to be on display this past weekend on the last day of the Transmodern Festival, the poster for which Womack also designed. Womack’s work stands apart from the day-glo spazz aesthetic the minions of Dan Deacon and company go nuts over in this city. Dark without being gothic, drawing from nature and natural materials without being hippy-dippy, Womack creates eerie drawings, bulb-headed masks, installations, and Super-8 films of the creatures that inhabited her childhood imagination.

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