826 W 36th Street
Baltimore, MD 21211
Special Instructions:Opening reception is from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 8th; Closing reception is Friday, December 22nd
Perspectives of Her
Join us for a show of Baltimore-based artists to benefit NARAL Pro-Choice Maryland, with themes surrounding feminism, reproductive rights, and womanhood. Proceeds are split between the artists and our organization.
List of available artworks
Leah Sarah Bassett is a self taught artist from Baltimore whose creative production revolves around classic figurative painting, presented in contemporary manner. An artist tapping into the vulnerability of the human condition. With open hearted love she addresses the contrast of the dark and light that exists within all of us.
Girl in Red 16×20 Oil on canvas $422
Elle 12×16 Oil & acrylic on canvas $422
Young Woman’s Back 18×24 Acrylic on canvas $355
Nicole Fallek is a creative hybrid. She crafts identities. She pushes pixels and writes code. She takes pictures. She paints. She tells stories. She connects the dots. Photographer, designer, art director, artist… that’s Nicole, a creative hybrid. She believes in making things better than what they are. And she loves doing it. Nicole’s paintings are exact. She doesn’t let one go until it is. There is code in her work, an attention to detail that defines the depth of her art.
Phantom 24×24 Acrylic and ink on canvas SOLD
Jeffrey Kent is a multidisciplinary artist whose practice includes mixed media painting, culling objects for bricolage sculpture, performance and video. His artworks are created in series; as conceptual analysis of society and investigates reactions from historical decisions that affect the present and future populations. The artworks are exposing and encouraging social discourse that is often overlooked and uncomfortable. “The Theft” is one of two of the last pieces available from Kent’s HeLa series. Inspired by the story of the theft of Henrietta Lack’s immortal cells; and at the same time created for the beauty, movement, and power of the science derived, the audience may be reminded of the dark history of some of our most powerful science.
The Theft 14×14 Acrylic and oil crayon with gold leaf on canvas $5,000
TT The Artist is a performer, filmmaker, creative director, community artist and designer. From sketchbooks to rhymes, she prepares to paint the world with visual language. “Black Pop” is a collection of pop art paintings, referencing commercial consumption and influence of black culture in America. The body of work borrows from advertising, meme and popular culture. TT The Artist confronts, deconstructs and challenges archetypes of black women and people of color in media by rendering and creating new images that highlight meaningful artifacts within in Black culture.
More Women More Power 20×16 Acrylic on canvas $350
What’s the T 20×16 Acrylic on canvas $350
I’m Knot The One 20×16 Acrylic on canvas $350
(offered as a set for the show for $900)