BGE is adding to Baltimore’s public art at a key entry point into the city.
The energy company is set to a trio of murals on natural gas storage tanks near the I-95-395 interchange where cars enter downtown from the south. Baltimore already has thought-provoking projects like the Love Project, mural art in Station North and beyond, or the nearby “What Is And What Can Be” at Second Chance. Renderings released this week indicate the BGE murals will show blue crabs, a racing horse and the American flag. The company said the images are “synonymous with our home.”
The company plans to begin work on the artwork later this month, with a projected finish in June.
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