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from Janet Maher’s ‘Imagined Ancestors’ series…

I’ve been thinking… there’s so many talented and interesting artists in the Baltimore area. How do you keep track of them? How do you find them? MAP has a great site – the visual artists registry – which I use from time to time. However, the web is such a direct way to find artists and then link to other sites. I thought this might be a simple way for artists and curators to find each other.

The B List is a blog which alphabetically catalogues Baltimore area artists with websites (sorry, z’s!). Any artist with a website can participate. All you have to do is email me at with a link to your website and one jpeg of your work. Easy, right?

To check out The B List, so far, click here.

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