On Sunday, April 6th, Words Beats & Life Inc. presented the Fine Lines Mural Jam in partnership with HiArts and the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. The event featured more than 50 artists from the Baltimore-Washington DC metro area as well as crews from Philadelphia and New Jersey.
Before my mind-wandering gets up a head of steam and goes all stream of consciousness, let’s concentrate on today’s topic; spotlight the core; get to the nub; converge on the nucleus … Uh oh, I am slipping into the stream. Scotty, I need those engines now!
When the weather forecast for this past weekend called for sunny skies and balmy temperatures (low 30s), I grabbed my camera bag and left the house in the wee hours Saturday morning.
One of the most fascinating things about street art, and graffiti in particular, is its ephemeral nature. Art pieces are short-lived, as artists and writers reuse prime wall space. Though the art pieces be momentary, their expression is vibrant.
City skylines provide excellent photo opportunities during evening twilight. If your hometown or the city you are visiting is located on a body of water, the colorful reflections that glimmer across the water add pizazz to your skyline photos.