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Category Archives: Features: Cool Spaces
So one year later, I’m visiting the Tidal Basin and the renovation on the new side of L’Enfant Plaza Mall is in full bloom. A food court connecting to the old (new vacant) mall with a handful of new retailers, … Continue reading
I just found a pottery studio and gallery that has an eclectic mix of decorative and functional crafts, for very inexpensive prices. I’m seeing $20-$40 for teapots, vases, mugs. I’m seeing $10 plates… And if you’re looking for decorative items … Continue reading
I’ve stumbled across a gorgeous furniture design studio at Clipper Mill in Woodberry, who helped lead the area’s transformation. They create beautiful furniture items such as lamps, tables, chairs, and a lot more I’m sure. Their showroom is open for parties … Continue reading
A studio and gallery with gorgeous presentation in the Historic Clipper Mill of Woodberry, Baltimore. The staff is friendly and accessible, a great find. Prices are as expected, about $250+ for most vases, but ranges $120+. There’s some experimental fun … Continue reading
There’s a charming town center in Riverdale Park…who would’ve known? I took some photos a few weeks ago on my way to some public art across from New Carrollton Station, and there’s a veterans memorial in Riverdale Park and some … Continue reading
Walking through Dupont area towards U Street
This article is part of MyGatewayArts.org’s “Gateway on Foot” series, for more information, see below. I love visiting Zimstone Gallery and need to make the time more often! Today is the Closing Reception for Converging Cultural Tapestries at Zimstone … Continue reading