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Attempts At One Love in Baltimore

On May 12, Metro Gallery hosted an art exhibition & silent auction featuring 50+ Baltimore artists. The exhibit was designed to “celebrate our city and it’s creativity.” More importantly, all proceeds from art sales and the silent auction went to the Baltimore Community Foundation‘s Rebuilding Fund.

Photos by Sara Werner and Kelly Walker


Top:Maxine Taylor “City View from Broadway” Bottom: LM Smith Untitled (R)1&2(L)
Patrick Kluga oil on wood panel
Laura Amussen “Caught 4” 
Top Lisa Hillring “sundown” Bottom David Guy-Decker “circa 1963”
Emily Uchytil “Beemore” 
Mckenzie Ditter “my brother”
Kelly walker “sandtown” top L ) Shannon Suther “city no.1” M) Laura Bogart “figure” R) Shannon Suther “balti no 1”
Kini Collins “Starling over Baltimore”
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