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Category: Drawn To

  • Drawn To: Charles Mason III Reflects on Sister Lu by Mark di Suvero

    Mark di Suvero’s Sister Lu sits at the top of an incline in the BMA’s Ryda and Robert H. Levi Sculpture Garden. It’s a kinetic sculpture made with repurposed steel parts painted matte black. Railroad ties and metal beams collide, balancing the weight of a central sphere, accented in electric blue. Sister Lu is a […]

    Andrea Boston | 11.30.2021
  • Drawn To with Ernest Shaw

    Which works of art at the BMA draw you in? For Ernest Shaw, an image-maker and educator born and raised in West Baltimore, it’s Gary Simmons’ charcoal drawing, Triple Burn, on view through January 5, 2020, in Every Day: Selections from the Collection. The symbolism and technique in Simmons’ work aligns with Shaw’s colorful approach […]

    Andrea Boston | 12.12.2019
  • Drawn To with SHAN Wallace

    Which works of art at the BMA draw you in? For the latest installment in our series Drawn To, we posed this question to SHAN Wallace. Watch the award-winning photographer, educator, and freedom fighter from East Baltimore discuss her spiritual and artistic connections to the masks, sculptures, and textiles on view in Subverting Beauty: African […]

    Andrea Boston | 05.21.2019

Woodlawn Vase: The Prize of Preakness

Drawn To: Charles Mason III Reflects on Sister Lu by Mark di Suvero

Baltimore History Figures Prominently in New Center for Prints, Drawings, and Photographs