Right outside of 2Fifty Texas BBQ is a beautiful, vibrant mural created by Riverdale Park’s own Tanglewood Sue. Debby Portillo & Fernando Gonzalez, owners of the critically-acclaimed restaurant in Riverdale Park, commissioned Sue to create a mural celebrating “where we come from, where we are and where we want to be.”
What have you found during 2020? What have you lost? A new, 3D community art installation off of Route 1 in Brentwood (just behind the Mount Rainier Post Office) asked local artists and crafters these two questions. Now’s your chance to take in their inspiring, colorful, and sometimes wacky responses in all of their 3D glory!
This Saturday, you can tune in LIVE from 11am – 5pm for the 2020 VIRTUAL Gateway Open Studio Tour! This is your chance to go behind the scenes with some of your favorite local artists and watch LIVE demos from the comfort of your own couch. How lovely! Notice some art that would look lovely in your home? Then get to buying that lovely new piece and support our local artists in the process!
Marathon Deli’s new location along Route 1 in College Park has got a bright mural lighting up the building’s facade. Check out the story behind this Greek-inspired mural and the organization behind its design.
Material Things in North Brentwood is a new maker space by local artists Katie Aldworth, Francisco (Franc) Rosario and Erin Lingle. With a pottery studio, woodworking and metal shop, community space, classroom, CSA and bakery pickup spot – Material Things is a great new addition to the area! Check out more about this sweet new addition to the Route 1 corridor!
The newly renovated ALDI in Hyattsville is now even more brighter and beautiful thanks to a new mural by Hyattsville’s own Rodriguez Rafael, made possible by a public/private partnership between ALDI and the Prince George’s Arts & Humanities Council!