Hanover Street Gallery

This post is part of the ‘In 7′ photo series., where I share a moment in 7 pictures.

Recently, we were in the Port Covington area of Baltimore, Maryland and I came across artwork on the Hanover Street Bridge (Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial Bridge). I didn’t have my camera on me at the time, but I knew I wanted to come back to take some photos.

In between first seeing the Hanover Street Gallery and getting back to the bridge to take photos, I did some quick research. The Hanover Street Gallery is made up replicas of art (up to 12ft high) from local artists. It’s a partnership amongst Maryland Art Place, South Baltimore Gateway Partnership, the Youth Resiliency Institute, Fusion Partnerships, and Weller Development. Check out the article in SouthBMore.com for more information.

There are installations on the east and west sides of the bridge in Port Covington, as well as underneath the bridge on the Cherry Hill side. Here are my 7 photos that captured parts of a few pieces on the Port Covington east side of the Hanover Street Gallery with a photo-by-photo breakdown below:

The Hanover Street Gallery on the east side of Hanover Street Bridge in Port Covington.
Jenee Mateer‘s Sophia
Elli Hernandez‘s timesmovestoofastformetokeepup
Amy Helminiak‘s The Majority Just Sat and Watched
Karl Connolly‘s Learning to See
Emily Uchityl‘s Raven

If you liked this post, be sure to check out the rest of the “In 7” photo series.

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Smiti Nathan

I’m an archaeologist that travels around the world for both work and pleasure. I have a penchant for exploring ancient and modern places and the people, plants, and foods entangled in them. I write about archaeology, travel, and productivity.



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