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- @derrickadamsny Derrick Adams. Breakfast of Champions, 2017. Pigment print on paper. 24 x 36in. Edition of 20. Signed and numbered by the artist. . Had to pick up a Derrick Adams piece after checking his exhibition, "Sanctuary” @madmuseum NY. Word. . “Derrick Adams is a [BMORE-bred] New York–based, multidisciplinary artist working in performance, video, sound, textile- and paper-based collage, and multimedia sculpture. His practice is rooted in deconstructivist philosophies such as the fragmentation and manipulation of structure and surface, and the marriage of complex and improbable forms. Through these techniques, Adams examines the force of popular culture and the media on the perception and construction of self-image. . Derrick Adams: Sanctuary consists of 50 works of mixed-media collage, assemblage on wood panels, and sculpture presented in an installation designed by the artist that reimagine safe destinations for the black American traveler during the mid-twentieth century. The body of work was inspired by The Negro Motorist Green Book, an annual guidebook for black American road-trippers published by New York postal worker Victor Hugo Green from 1936 to 1967, during the Jim Crow era in America. . Referred to simply as The Green Book in its day, the publication served as a guide to finding businesses that were welcoming to black Americans, including hotels and restaurants, during an era when open and often legally prescribed discrimination against nonwhites was widespread. These designated safe spaces were places of refuge and leisure, where one could spend quality time with friends and family. The depiction of black America at leisure is a theme of continued interest to Adams, who explores how engaging in leisure as a form of relaxation and reflection can be a political act when embraced by members of black or working-class communities...” . http://madmuseum.org/exhibition/derrick-adams-sanctuary . #blackart #blackartsupport #africanamericanhistory #africanamericanhistoryandculture #contemporaryart #nationalregistryofhistoricplaces #frederickdouglass #bmorehistoric #preservemd #airbnb #homeaway #fellspoint #thebmorecreatives
- @derrickadamsny Derrick Adams. Breakfast of Champions, 2017. Pigment print on paper. 24 x 36in. Edition of 20. Signed and numbered by the artist. . Had to pick up a Derrick Adams piece after checking his exhibition, "Sanctuary” @madmuseum NY. Word. . “Derrick Adams is a [BMORE-bred] New York–based, multidisciplinary artist working in performance, video, sound, textile- and paper-based collage, and multimedia sculpture. His practice is rooted in deconstructivist philosophies such as the fragmentation and manipulation of structure and surface, and the marriage of complex and improbable forms. Through these techniques, Adams examines the force of popular culture and the media on the perception and construction of self-image. . Derrick Adams: Sanctuary consists of 50 works of mixed-media collage, assemblage on wood panels, and sculpture presented in an installation designed by the artist that reimagine safe destinations for the black American traveler during the mid-twentieth century. The body of work was inspired by The Negro Motorist Green Book, an annual guidebook for black American road-trippers published by New York postal worker Victor Hugo Green from 1936 to 1967, during the Jim Crow era in America. . Referred to simply as The Green Book in its day, the publication served as a guide to finding businesses that were welcoming to black Americans, including hotels and restaurants, during an era when open and often legally prescribed discrimination against nonwhites was widespread. These designated safe spaces were places of refuge and leisure, where one could spend quality time with friends and family. The depiction of black America at leisure is a theme of continued interest to Adams, who explores how engaging in leisure as a form of relaxation and reflection can be a political act when embraced by members of black or working-class communities...” . http://madmuseum.org/exhibition/derrick-adams-sanctuary . #blackart #blackartsupport #africanamericanhistory #africanamericanhistoryandculture #contemporaryart #nationalregistryofhistoricplaces #frederickdouglass #bmorehistoric #preservemd #airbnb #homeaway #fellspoint #thebmorecreatives
- @derrickadamsny Derrick Adams. Breakfast of Champions, 2017. Pigment print on paper. 24 x 36in. Edition of 20. Signed and numbered by the artist. . Had to pick up a Derrick Adams piece after checking his exhibition, "Sanctuary” @madmuseum NY. Word. . “Derrick Adams is a [BMORE-bred] New York–based, multidisciplinary artist working in performance, video, sound, textile- and paper-based collage, and multimedia sculpture. His practice is rooted in deconstructivist philosophies such as the fragmentation and manipulation of structure and surface, and the marriage of complex and improbable forms. Through these techniques, Adams examines the force of popular culture and the media on the perception and construction of self-image. . Derrick Adams: Sanctuary consists of 50 works of mixed-media collage, assemblage on wood panels, and sculpture presented in an installation designed by the artist that reimagine safe destinations for the black American traveler during the mid-twentieth century. The body of work was inspired by The Negro Motorist Green Book, an annual guidebook for black American road-trippers published by New York postal worker Victor Hugo Green from 1936 to 1967, during the Jim Crow era in America. . Referred to simply as The Green Book in its day, the publication served as a guide to finding businesses that were welcoming to black Americans, including hotels and restaurants, during an era when open and often legally prescribed discrimination against nonwhites was widespread. These designated safe spaces were places of refuge and leisure, where one could spend quality time with friends and family. The depiction of black America at leisure is a theme of continued interest to Adams, who explores how engaging in leisure as a form of relaxation and reflection can be a political act when embraced by members of black or working-class communities...” . http://madmuseum.org/exhibition/derrick-adams-sanctuary . #blackart #blackartsupport #africanamericanhistory #africanamericanhistoryandculture #contemporaryart #nationalregistryofhistoricplaces #frederickdouglass #bmorehistoric #preservemd #airbnb #homeaway #fellspoint #thebmorecreatives
- Oh yeah, did I mention...New Douglass House Collection 2018 is up for display; Word! . Walcott, Derek. Poems of the Caribbean. New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1983. With illustrations by #romarebearden Romare Bearden. Signed by Walcott and Bearden at colophon; number 774 of 2000 copies. LEC newsletter and original lithograph print by Bearden laid in. Original illustrated boards; housed in blue paper slipcase. 4to. Light sunning to case. . #blackart #blackartsupport #africanamericanhistory #africanamericanhistoryandculture #contemporaryart #nationalregistryofhistoricplaces #frederickdouglass #bmorehistoric #preservemd #airbnb #homeaway #fellspoint #thebmorecreatives
- Oh yeah, did I mention...New Douglass House Collection 2018 is up for display; Word! . Walcott, Derek. Poems of the Caribbean. New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1983. With illustrations by #romarebearden Romare Bearden. Signed by Walcott and Bearden at colophon; number 774 of 2000 copies. LEC newsletter and original lithograph print by Bearden laid in. Original illustrated boards; housed in blue paper slipcase. 4to. Light sunning to case. . #blackart #blackartsupport #africanamericanhistory #africanamericanhistoryandculture #contemporaryart #nationalregistryofhistoricplaces #frederickdouglass #bmorehistoric #preservemd #airbnb #homeaway #fellspoint #thebmorecreatives
- Oh yeah, did I mention...New Douglass House Collection 2018 is up for display; Word! . Walcott, Derek. Poems of the Caribbean. New York: The Limited Editions Club, 1983. With illustrations by #romarebearden Romare Bearden. Signed by Walcott and Bearden at colophon; number 774 of 2000 copies. LEC newsletter and original lithograph print by Bearden laid in. Original illustrated boards; housed in blue paper slipcase. 4to. Light sunning to case. . #blackart #blackartsupport #africanamericanhistory #africanamericanhistoryandculture #contemporaryart #nationalregistryofhistoricplaces #frederickdouglass #bmorehistoric #preservemd #airbnb #homeaway #fellspoint #thebmorecreatives
- Oh yeah, did I mention...New Douglass House Collection 2018 is up for display; Word! . Tom Miller (1945 - 2000). Maryland Crab Feast,1994 color screenprint, 24 1/2 x 32” signed and numbered 90/195 . Tom Miller was arguably one of the most renowned contemporary artists from Baltimore, MD. He is known for creating a self-described style of “Afro-Deco” painted furniture pieces. He was a skilled painter, muralist and screen printer, creating artwork for the public, museums, corporate and private collectors. Through the use of iconic images, such as watermelons juxtaposed with black faces, Miller cleverly fought against racial stereotypes aimed towards African Americans. He became one of the first African-American artists from Baltimore to be given a one-man show at the BMA in 1995. Miller’s work became so popular that collectors were waitlisted up to 2 years for his furniture pieces. Openly gay, Miller often spoke publicly about living with AIDS. In 2000, the artist passed away after an 11 year battle with the illness at The Joseph Richey Hospice in Baltimore. He will always be remembered for his wit and charming personality. He was a local figure who was beloved by everyone and a favorite among gallery owners and museums. . His public artwork consists of murals on North Avenue between Harford Road and Greenmount Avenue in Baltimore. The first, “However Far The Stream Flows, It Never Forgets Its Source” features a large black silhouetted man with an Egyptian style eye. He is seated, holding a large book on a beach, accompanied by a colorful bird and bright background. The second, a long mural featuring countless images from Baltimore and examples of the racial pride always present in the work of Tom Miller. He carried on the traditions of most African American artists, placing local images of landmarks and patterns found in Baltimore,MD. The use of bright colors and animal patterns is suggestive of an African connection and pride in his roots. . #blackart #blackartsupport #africanamericanhistory #africanamericanhistoryandculture #contemporaryart #nationalregistryofhistoricplaces #frederickdouglass #bmorehistoric #preservemd #airbnb #homeaway #fellspoint
- Oh yeah, did I mention...New Douglass House Collection 2018 is up for display; Word! . Tom Miller (1945 - 2000). Maryland Crab Feast,1994 color screenprint, 24 1/2 x 32” signed and numbered 90/195 . Tom Miller was arguably one of the most renowned contemporary artists from Baltimore, MD. He is known for creating a self-described style of “Afro-Deco” painted furniture pieces. He was a skilled painter, muralist and screen printer, creating artwork for the public, museums, corporate and private collectors. Through the use of iconic images, such as watermelons juxtaposed with black faces, Miller cleverly fought against racial stereotypes aimed towards African Americans. He became one of the first African-American artists from Baltimore to be given a one-man show at the BMA in 1995. Miller’s work became so popular that collectors were waitlisted up to 2 years for his furniture pieces. Openly gay, Miller often spoke publicly about living with AIDS. In 2000, the artist passed away after an 11 year battle with the illness at The Joseph Richey Hospice in Baltimore. He will always be remembered for his wit and charming personality. He was a local figure who was beloved by everyone and a favorite among gallery owners and museums. . His public artwork consists of murals on North Avenue between Harford Road and Greenmount Avenue in Baltimore. The first, “However Far The Stream Flows, It Never Forgets Its Source” features a large black silhouetted man with an Egyptian style eye. He is seated, holding a large book on a beach, accompanied by a colorful bird and bright background. The second, a long mural featuring countless images from Baltimore and examples of the racial pride always present in the work of Tom Miller. He carried on the traditions of most African American artists, placing local images of landmarks and patterns found in Baltimore,MD. The use of bright colors and animal patterns is suggestive of an African connection and pride in his roots. . #blackart #blackartsupport #africanamericanhistory #africanamericanhistoryandculture #contemporaryart #nationalregistryofhistoricplaces #frederickdouglass #bmorehistoric #preservemd #airbnb #homeaway #fellspoint
- Oh yeah, did I mention...New Douglass House Collection 2018 is up for display; Word! . Tom Miller (1945 - 2000). Maryland Crab Feast,1994 color screenprint, 24 1/2 x 32” signed and numbered 90/195 . Tom Miller was arguably one of the most renowned contemporary artists from Baltimore, MD. He is known for creating a self-described style of “Afro-Deco” painted furniture pieces. He was a skilled painter, muralist and screen printer, creating artwork for the public, museums, corporate and private collectors. Through the use of iconic images, such as watermelons juxtaposed with black faces, Miller cleverly fought against racial stereotypes aimed towards African Americans. He became one of the first African-American artists from Baltimore to be given a one-man show at the BMA in 1995. Miller’s work became so popular that collectors were waitlisted up to 2 years for his furniture pieces. Openly gay, Miller often spoke publicly about living with AIDS. In 2000, the artist passed away after an 11 year battle with the illness at The Joseph Richey Hospice in Baltimore. He will always be remembered for his wit and charming personality. He was a local figure who was beloved by everyone and a favorite among gallery owners and museums. . His public artwork consists of murals on North Avenue between Harford Road and Greenmount Avenue in Baltimore. The first, “However Far The Stream Flows, It Never Forgets Its Source” features a large black silhouetted man with an Egyptian style eye. He is seated, holding a large book on a beach, accompanied by a colorful bird and bright background. The second, a long mural featuring countless images from Baltimore and examples of the racial pride always present in the work of Tom Miller. He carried on the traditions of most African American artists, placing local images of landmarks and patterns found in Baltimore,MD. The use of bright colors and animal patterns is suggestive of an African connection and pride in his roots. . #blackart #blackartsupport #africanamericanhistory #africanamericanhistoryandculture #contemporaryart #nationalregistryofhistoricplaces #frederickdouglass #bmorehistoric #preservemd #airbnb #homeaway #fellspoint
- Well, in a matter of days we had a PENDING SALE on our hands! We had to cancel this weekend’s open house. I hope you’ll still have time to see the property, now available in the near future by invite, to make sure you have a chance to walk it before this show piece becomes “The _______ Residence”. See the link in our bio to follow the status of this sale. . . . . #baltimorearchitecture #akermanrestoration #historicpreservation #sustainability #baltimorerowhomes #brickandmortar #socialfabric #buytheblock #sykesrestorations #baltimore #maryland #rehabbing #rehab #baltimorerealestate #forsale #community #livebaltimore #preservemd #blackhistory
- Well, in a matter of days we had a PENDING SALE on our hands! We had to cancel this weekend’s open house. I hope you’ll still have time to see the property, now available in the near future by invite, to make sure you have a chance to walk it before this show piece becomes “The _______ Residence”. See the link in our bio to follow the status of this sale. . . . . #baltimorearchitecture #akermanrestoration #historicpreservation #sustainability #baltimorerowhomes #brickandmortar #socialfabric #buytheblock #sykesrestorations #baltimore #maryland #rehabbing #rehab #baltimorerealestate #forsale #community #livebaltimore #preservemd #blackhistory
- Well, in a matter of days we had a PENDING SALE on our hands! We had to cancel this weekend’s open house. I hope you’ll still have time to see the property, now available in the near future by invite, to make sure you have a chance to walk it before this show piece becomes “The _______ Residence”. See the link in our bio to follow the status of this sale. . . . . #baltimorearchitecture #akermanrestoration #historicpreservation #sustainability #baltimorerowhomes #brickandmortar #socialfabric #buytheblock #sykesrestorations #baltimore #maryland #rehabbing #rehab #baltimorerealestate #forsale #community #livebaltimore #preservemd #blackhistory
- 98 years of buried wood and tin, and the 1920’s yielded some of the most petite of basement doors. . . . . . . . . . #akermanrestoration #baltimorearchitecture #historicpreservation #savingplaces #circaoldhouses #sustainability #reclaimed #baltimorerowhomes #restoration #brickandmortar #barclay #socialfabric #buytheblock #stationnorthartsdistrict #hgtv #sykesrestorations #baltimore #maryland #rehabbing #rehab #baltimorerealestate #community #livebaltimore #preservemd #blackhistory #preservation #exposedbrick
- 98 years of buried wood and tin, and the 1920’s yielded some of the most petite of basement doors. . . . . . . . . . #akermanrestoration #baltimorearchitecture #historicpreservation #savingplaces #circaoldhouses #sustainability #reclaimed #baltimorerowhomes #restoration #brickandmortar #barclay #socialfabric #buytheblock #stationnorthartsdistrict #hgtv #sykesrestorations #baltimore #maryland #rehabbing #rehab #baltimorerealestate #community #livebaltimore #preservemd #blackhistory #preservation #exposedbrick
- Great article by @brittany.britto in the @baltimoresun detailing all the Maryland events scheduled in celebration of Frederick Douglass’ bicentennial (see link below). Thanks for the mention!!! Trust; you can catch me at many of these events. PLUS, I got some “happenings” of my own brewing...word Douglass House Baltimore 🏠✊🏽 . http://www.baltimoresun.com/features/bs-wk-frederick-douglass-bicentennial-20180125-story.html . #blackart #blackartsupport #africanamericanhistory #africanamericanhistoryandculture #contemporaryart #nationalregistryofhistoricplaces #frederickdouglass #bmorehistoric #preservemd #airbnb #homeaway #fellspoint #harboreast #blackhistory #mybmore #thebmorecreatives
- Great article by @brittany.britto in the @baltimoresun detailing all the Maryland events scheduled in celebration of Frederick Douglass’ bicentennial (see link below). Thanks for the mention!!! Trust; you can catch me at many of these events. PLUS, I got some “happenings” of my own brewing...word Douglass House Baltimore 🏠✊🏽 . http://www.baltimoresun.com/features/bs-wk-frederick-douglass-bicentennial-20180125-story.html . #blackart #blackartsupport #africanamericanhistory #africanamericanhistoryandculture #contemporaryart #nationalregistryofhistoricplaces #frederickdouglass #bmorehistoric #preservemd #airbnb #homeaway #fellspoint #harboreast #blackhistory #mybmore #thebmorecreatives
- Great article by @brittany.britto in the @baltimoresun detailing all the Maryland events scheduled in celebration of Frederick Douglass’ bicentennial (see link below). Thanks for the mention!!! Trust; you can catch me at many of these events. PLUS, I got some “happenings” of my own brewing...word Douglass House Baltimore 🏠✊🏽 . http://www.baltimoresun.com/features/bs-wk-frederick-douglass-bicentennial-20180125-story.html . #blackart #blackartsupport #africanamericanhistory #africanamericanhistoryandculture #contemporaryart #nationalregistryofhistoricplaces #frederickdouglass #bmorehistoric #preservemd #airbnb #homeaway #fellspoint #harboreast #blackhistory #mybmore #thebmorecreatives
- For My People ~ Margaret Walker ~ Lithographs by Elizabeth Catlett, 1992. 18-1/2″ x 22-1/2″ Six lithographs by #elizabethcatlett. Edition 13/400. Signed by Margaret Walker and Elizabeth Catlett . Born in 1915 in Birmingham, Alabama, Margaret Walker is one of the most talented poets to come out of the American South and one of the most powerful voices of America. “When she speaks of and for her people, older voices are mixed with hers-‑the voices of Methodist forebears and preachers who preached the Word, the anonymous voices of many who lived and were forgotten and yet out of bondage and hope made a lasting music,” wrote Stephen Vincent Benet. . To illustrate Margaret Walker’s best‑known poem, For My People, Elizabeth Catlett has created multi-colored lithographs. Beautiful and striking, Catlett’s images borrow from the African tradition of using form to communicate spirit and purpose. . Each of the poem’s ten stanzas was hand‑set in thirty‑point Albertus type, a sans‑serif face that looks as if chiseled from granite. They were letterpress printed on French‑made Arches cover paper, the same paper upon which were printed the Elizabeth Catlett lithographs. The book is bound in imported red Japanese linen over heavy boards, the box is covered in black cotton. . #blackart #blackartsupport #africanamericanhistory #africanamericanhistoryandculture #contemporaryart #nationalregistryofhistoricplaces #frederickdouglass #bmorehistoric #preservemd #airbnb #homeaway #fellspoint #harboreast #blackhistory #mybmore #thebmorecreatives
- For My People ~ Margaret Walker ~ Lithographs by Elizabeth Catlett, 1992. 18-1/2″ x 22-1/2″ Six lithographs by #elizabethcatlett . Edition 13/400. Signed by Margaret Walker and Elizabeth Catlett . Born in 1915 in Birmingham, Alabama, Margaret Walker is one of the most talented poets to come out of the American South and one of the most powerful voices of America. “When she speaks of and for her people, older voices are mixed with hers-‑the voices of Methodist forebears and preachers who preached the Word, the anonymous voices of many who lived and were forgotten and yet out of bondage and hope made a lasting music,” wrote Stephen Vincent Benet. . To illustrate Margaret Walker’s best‑known poem, For My People, Elizabeth Catlett has created multi-colored lithographs. Beautiful and striking, Catlett’s images borrow from the African tradition of using form to communicate spirit and purpose. . Each of the poem’s ten stanzas was hand‑set in thirty‑point Albertus type, a sans‑serif face that looks as if chiseled from granite. They were letterpress printed on French‑made Arches cover paper, the same paper upon which were printed the Elizabeth Catlett lithographs. The book is bound in imported red Japanese linen over heavy boards, the box is covered in black cotton. . #blackart #blackartsupport #africanamericanhistory #africanamericanhistoryandculture #contemporaryart #nationalregistryofhistoricplaces #frederickdouglass #bmorehistoric #preservemd #airbnb #homeaway #fellspoint #harboreast #blackhistory #mybmore #thebmorecreatives
- For My People ~ Margaret Walker ~ Lithographs by Elizabeth Catlett, 1992. 18-1/2″ x 22-1/2″ Six lithographs by #elizabethcatlett. Edition 13/400. Signed by Margaret Walker and Elizabeth Catlett . Born in 1915 in Birmingham, Alabama, Margaret Walker is one of the most talented poets to come out of the American South and one of the most powerful voices of America. “When she speaks of and for her people, older voices are mixed with hers-‑the voices of Methodist forebears and preachers who preached the Word, the anonymous voices of many who lived and were forgotten and yet out of bondage and hope made a lasting music,” wrote Stephen Vincent Benet. . To illustrate Margaret Walker’s best‑known poem, For My People, Elizabeth Catlett has created multi-colored lithographs. Beautiful and striking, Catlett’s images borrow from the African tradition of using form to communicate spirit and purpose. . Each of the poem’s ten stanzas was hand‑set in thirty‑point Albertus type, a sans‑serif face that looks as if chiseled from granite. They were letterpress printed on French‑made Arches cover paper, the same paper upon which were printed the Elizabeth Catlett lithographs. The book is bound in imported red Japanese linen over heavy boards, the box is covered in black cotton. . #blackart #blackartsupport #africanamericanhistory #africanamericanhistoryandculture #contemporaryart #nationalregistryofhistoricplaces #frederickdouglass #bmorehistoric #preservemd #airbnb #homeaway #fellspoint #harboreast #blackhistory #mybmore #thebmorecreatives
- Hola Family!!! Happy Douglass Bicentennial!!! Happy New Year!!! Happy belated MLK day!!! Happy Black History Month!!! . Yup, Douglass House Bmore is back and stuff is happening! . But first...I must say, many thanks to everyone who encouraged and took notice and assisted and supported Douglass House Bmore thus far. Wow! It’s been an honor and a blessing to uphold this history and to share my living space/art collection with you, truly . 2018 - Praying your strength; wishing you all peace, purpose, growth and love❤️🖤💚 Douglass House Baltimore 🏠✊🏽 . #blackart #blackartsupport #africanamericanhistory #africanamericanhistoryandculture #contemporaryart #nationalregistryofhistoricplaces #frederickdouglass #bmorehistoric #preservemd #airbnb #homeaway #fellspoint #harboreast #blackhistory #mybmore #thebmorecreatives
- Hola Family!!! Happy Douglass Bicentennial!!! Happy New Year!!! Happy belated MLK day!!! Happy Black History Month!!! . Yup, Douglass House Bmore is back and stuff is happening! . But first...I must say, many thanks to everyone who encouraged and took notice and assisted and supported Douglass House Bmore thus far. Wow! It’s been an honor and a blessing to uphold this history and to share my living space/art collection with you, truly . 2018 - Praying your strength; wishing you all peace, purpose, growth and love❤️🖤💚 Douglass House Baltimore 🏠✊🏽 . #blackart #blackartsupport #africanamericanhistory #africanamericanhistoryandculture #contemporaryart #nationalregistryofhistoricplaces #frederickdouglass #bmorehistoric #preservemd #airbnb #homeaway #fellspoint #harboreast #blackhistory #mybmore #thebmorecreatives
- Hola Family!!! Happy Douglass Bicentennial!!! Happy New Year!!! Happy belated MLK day!!! Happy Black History Month!!! . Yup, Douglass House Bmore is back and stuff is happening! . But first...I must say, many thanks to everyone who encouraged and took notice and assisted and supported Douglass House Bmore thus far. Wow! It’s been an honor and a blessing to uphold this history and to share my living space/art collection with you, truly . 2018 - Praying your strength; wishing you all peace, purpose, growth and love❤️🖤💚 Douglass House Baltimore 🏠✊🏽 . #blackart #blackartsupport #africanamericanhistory #africanamericanhistoryandculture #contemporaryart #nationalregistryofhistoricplaces #frederickdouglass #bmorehistoric #preservemd #airbnb #homeaway #fellspoint #harboreast #blackhistory #mybmore #thebmorecreatives
- Mix it up, stack it, let it lay! These incredibly decorative bottle windows let the light through and serve the purpose of keeping over 120 bottles out of the landfill. They represent the structure of a fortress, and have the beauty of a crystal, why not! #nothingnewunderthesun 🛡🍾🍾🍾 . . . . . #reclaimed #glassbottles #naturalbuilding #recycledart #baltimorearchitecture #historicpreservation #sustainability #baltimorerowhomes #restoration #brickandmortar #socialfabric #buytheblock #barclay #stationnorthartsdistrict #hgtv #sykesrestorations #maryland #rehabbing #rehab #baltimorerealestate #community #livebaltimore #preservemd #blackhistory #preservation
- Mix it up, stack it, let it lay! These incredibly decorative bottle windows let the light through and serve the purpose of keeping over 120 bottles out of the landfill. They represent the structure of a fortress, and have the beauty of a crystal, why not! #nothingnewunderthesun 🛡🍾🍾🍾 . . . . . #reclaimed #glassbottles #naturalbuilding #recycledart #baltimorearchitecture #historicpreservation #sustainability #baltimorerowhomes #restoration #brickandmortar #socialfabric #buytheblock #barclay #stationnorthartsdistrict #hgtv #sykesrestorations #maryland #rehabbing #rehab #baltimorerealestate #community #livebaltimore #preservemd #blackhistory #preservation
- Mix it up, stack it, let it lay! These incredibly decorative bottle windows let the light through and serve the purpose of keeping over 120 bottles out of the landfill. They represent the structure of a fortress, and have the beauty of a crystal, why not! #nothingnewunderthesun 🛡🍾🍾🍾 . . . . . #reclaimed #glassbottles #naturalbuilding #recycledart #baltimorearchitecture #historicpreservation #sustainability #baltimorerowhomes #restoration #brickandmortar #socialfabric #buytheblock #barclay #stationnorthartsdistrict #hgtv #sykesrestorations #maryland #rehabbing #rehab #baltimorerealestate #community #livebaltimore #preservemd #blackhistory #preservation

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