Downtown

Downtown

Downtown Baltimore has been the center of city life since Baltimore was chartered in 1796. It is stop number one for tourists and visitors.

  1. "WTMD First Thursdays" - Mt. Vernon
  2. "University of Baltimore Angelos Law Center"

    "University of Baltimore Angelos Law Center"

    The new UB Law Center... "John and Frances Angelos Law Center" it's a major architectural landmark for central Baltimore on Mt Royal Avenue.
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  3. "UMB Law" - University of Maryland, Baltimore

    "UMB Law" - University of Maryland, Baltimore

    University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law - main entrance off of Paca Street.

    Founded in 1807, The University of Maryland, Baltimore is the founding campus of the University System of Maryland. UMB is Maryland's public health, law, and human services university.

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  4. "The Westminster Hall and Burying Ground" - Downtown Baltimore

    "The Westminster Hall and Burying Ground" - Downtown Baltimore

    The Westminster Hall and Burying Ground is located on the corner of Fayette and Greene Streets on the west side of downtown Baltimore. Also known as “The Hall”, it is probably most famous as the burial site for Edgar Allan Poe. The graveyard was established in 1786 by the local Presbyterian community.

    In addition to Poe, a number of famous Marylanders are interred here, including many Revolutionary patriots and veterans of the War of 1812.

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  5. "The New Hippodrome" - Downtown Baltimore

    "The New Hippodrome" - Downtown Baltimore

    The Hippodrome opened on November 23, 1914 as a movie palace that also showcased vaudeville performances. Business dropped off during the 70’s and 80’s, and the Hippodrome closed in 1990, when it was the last operating movie theatre in downtown Baltimore. Programming at this world-class venue include touring Broadway shows and the best of the performing arts.

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  6. "The BMI" - Batimore Museum of Industry

    "The BMI" - Batimore Museum of Industry

    The Baltimore Museum of Industry was founded in 1977 as a project by the Mayor's office to preserve the industrial history of downtown Baltimore. Located in an old cannery, the museum has exhibits on various types of manufacturing and industry from the early 20th century. There are several hands-on sections with working equipment and other artifacts.

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  7. "The 1840's Ballroom"

    "The 1840's Ballroom"

    Popular wedding reception spot on President Street, formerly the Baltimore City Life Museum

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  8. "Seagirt" - Port of Baltimore

    "Seagirt" - Port of Baltimore

    The Seagirt Marine Terminal stands as a working monument to the innovative and progressive spirit of the Port of Baltimore.
    The Port of Baltimore is one of only two U.S. East Coast ports with both a 50-foot deep channel and 50-foot deep berth, allowing it to accommodate some of the largest container ships in the world.


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  9. "School of Pharmacy" - University of Maryland, Baltimore

    "School of Pharmacy" - University of Maryland, Baltimore

    "University of Maryland School of Pharmacy"

    Founded in 1807, The University of Maryland, Baltimore is the founding campus of the University System of Maryland. UMB is Maryland's public health, law, and human services university.

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  10. "Run Baltimore" - Baltimore Marathon
  11. "Ridgely Rooftops" - Ridgely's Delight

    "Ridgely Rooftops" - Ridgely's Delight

    View looking south from the Penn Street garage. The stadiums are out of the view to the left.


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  12. "Ravens Stadium"

    "Ravens Stadium"

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  13. "Pride In Fell's" - Fell's Point

    "Pride In Fell's" - Fell's Point

    "Pride In Fell's" - Fell's Point

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  14. "Pride In Baltimore" - Baltimore Inner Harbor

    "Pride In Baltimore" - Baltimore Inner Harbor

    Seen against the backdrop of Baltimore's skyline, Maryland's goodwill ambassador to the world, Pride II, is the world’s most traveled historic tall ship. This artwork depicts the Chesapeake Bay Schooner Races, Parade of Sail which passes through Baltimore's Inner Harbor.


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  15. "Poe on the Plaza" at the University of Baltimore School of Law

    "Poe on the Plaza" at the University of Baltimore School of Law

    American sculptor Sir Moses Jacob Ezekiel created the statue of Poe that now resides at UB. It was commissioned by the Women's Literary Club of Baltimore in 1907. The statue was dedicated on October 20, 1921 and was originally located in Wyman Park. Due to vandalism and neglect at the site, the statue was moved to UB on the recommendation of the Edgar Allan Poe Society of Baltimore.
    In 1983, it was moved to the plaza of the law school of the University of Baltimore. Poe's left hand is raised to indicate that Poe was listening to ethereal music.
    In its new home, the Poe statue has been embraced as a sort of school mascot. Students have their pictures taken with the statue. A flower may often be found in the statue's lapel and, on special occasions, one hand holds a helium balloon. Learn More

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  16. "Pier 5 Hotel"

    "Pier 5 Hotel"

    Pier 5 Hotel is located at 711 Eastern Avenue, on the waterfront in downtown Baltimore

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  17. "Paris on the Patapsco" - Downtown Baltimore

    "Paris on the Patapsco" - Downtown Baltimore

    Baltimore, "Paris on the Patapsco", our little jewel on the Cheasapeake Bay, Charm City, Crabtown, Mobtown...not sure if there will be a companion piece, "Paris, Baltimore on the Seine"...

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  18. "Once Around" - Baltimore Inner Harbor
  19. "Mercy Medical Center" - Downtown

    "Mercy Medical Center" - Downtown

    Mercy has been recognized as the #2 hospital in the State of Maryland for 2014-15 by U.S. News & World Report. The landmark Tower Building of the hospital along St. Paul Place to the west of North Calvert Street, opened in 1963 and is located at 301 St. Paul Place.

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  20. "Live at the Haven" - Lafayette Gilchrest
  21. "Light Street North" - Downtown Baltimore

    "Light Street North" - Downtown Baltimore

    Looking north on Light Street from Federal Hill at Key Highway, the Inner Harbor is on the right. In the distance is the Maryland Bank Building currently occupied by Bank of America. The Legg Mason Building is one of the tallest buildings in Baltimore

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  22. "Legal Ground" -  Clarence Mitchell, Jr. Courthouse

    "Legal Ground" - Clarence Mitchell, Jr. Courthouse

    Located at the corners of Calvert and Fayette Streets, Clarence Mitchell, Jr. Courthouse commands the view. East and West Courthouse

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  23. "Inner Harbor Night" - Downtown Baltimore

    "Inner Harbor Night" - Downtown Baltimore

    This view from Federal Hill is done in a looser style than my others.(not as detailed) See also "Baltimore from Federal Hill"

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  24. "Hyatt View" - Baltimore Inner Harbor

    "Hyatt View" - Baltimore Inner Harbor

    Baltimore's Inner Harbor from the Hyatt Regency Hotel

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  25. "Hyatt Harborplace" - Baltimore Inner Harbor
  26. "Hollins Market" - Downtown Baltimore
  27. "Heart of Baltimore" - Downtown Baltimore

    "Heart of Baltimore" - Downtown Baltimore

    View from across the harbor from the Rusty Scupper. One of my early works. 2001

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  28. "Hardrock Lovers" - Baltimore Inner Harbor
  29. "Hardrock Cityscape" - Baltimore Inner Harbor
  30. "Harbor East Approach" - Harbor East

    "Harbor East Approach" - Harbor East

    NEW WORK! The first of what will be a new collection of Harbor East images. Here is a shot of Harbor East from President Street. Featuring Kennedy Krieger Institute and Talara restaurant.


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