Stuff: Domestic Treasures at Metro Gallery September 12

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Baltimore artists Natasha Tylea and Elena Johnston invited seven notable local artists to showcase their domestic treasures. This exhibition is about the objects that we, as artists, assign meaning to; the private shrines we create in our intimate spaces, studios, and bedrooms. It is important to celebrate not only the artist’s creations, but the stuff that they find inspiration in. These simple objects work together to explain the way these artists interpret themselves. The show will take the form of installations, complete with tokens and collections.

September 12th is the opening of “Stuff: Domestic Treasures” at the Metro Gallery. DJ Nugget and DJ Eskimodane play music. 7-10

Participating Artists:
Monique Crabb takes photographs and is a director of the Current Gallery.
Shaun Flynn is a Baltimore musician who makes posters and sculptures.
Katherine St Paul Hill is a singer of Lexie Mountain Boys, makes drawings, and decorates cakes at Charm City Cakes.
Elena Johnston is an illustrator who publishes art books.
Dina Kelberman is a part of Wham City and makes comics.
Victoria Legrand is the singer for Baltimore band, Beach House.
Stefani Levin is a part of Wham City and makes puppets.
Katie Rose makes drawings, loves maps, and decorates cakes at Charm City Cakes.
Natasha Tylea makes photos, melts metal and mixes music.

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