Join us as we celebrate and support visual art and artists at the Brickrose Exchange Art Gallery in Baltimore, MD. Enjoy fine art, good vibes, free cuisine and free unlimited beverages while you gaze, admire and support art created by four premier artists.

All art exhibited at the show is for sale. There will be an Artisan Marketplace in the rear of the gallery where you can purchase other items that our featured artists have created.

Free for children under 12 years of age.

$5 General Admission. Purchase via Eventbrite

What Your Ticket Covers:

Entry, food, beverages, raffle and contribution to artist fund.

100% of ticket sales will benefit two other creatives, makers, artists and/or entrepreneurs! Applications to apply for artist funds will be available after the show. Let us sell out this event!

Artist Bios:


Baltimore based visual artist who focuses on highlighting the lives of black women and children through commercial pop art, surrealist paintings, portraits, and murals.


U.S. Navy Veteran turned fluid Art painter/abstract Artist.

Pouring Emotions

Janai Rodriguez is a self-taught abstract artist from Bayonne, New Jersey.

In 2017, she was diagnosed with depression and anxiety but with the help of therapy and the discovery of fluid art, Janai was able to combat her mental illness. It was not until March of 2018 did Janai decide to concentrate on trying to make “art” her life, her career. What started as a hobby is slowly turning into what she wants to do with the rest of her life.

Although Janai believes experimenting with different mediums is important, her current style is what she likes to call “One Liners”. She draws one continuous line that never touches or crosses itself. A truly organic and meditative form of art that is sure to captivate every time.

The Ankh Queen

Angeline Jones started her journey into the art world November 2018, as an Acrylic Pour Artist. She was co-taught by her good friend Tiana Smith who at the time, worked with Angeline at a university in Baltimore, MD. They would do the pours for fun until it became a serious craft for both. In 2019 we sold our first pieces at The Impact Hub and the rest was history. Angeline was exposed to resin art while still creating acrylic pour art, until a fellow maker convinced her to make resin pyramids. After trial , error and education , Angeline is one of the leading orgone and resin prism pyramid makers in the DMV.

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