Projects & Collection

Public art connects communities creating engaging public spaces for all to enjoy.

Read below for more about the completed projects that highlight the collection.

Dedicated on September 11, 2011, the 9/11 Memorial of Maryland at the Baltimore World Trade Center honors the extraordinary heroism, commitment and sacrifice of Maryland’s 9/11 victims, rescuers, first responders and their families. The Memorial has come to be a place of remembrance as families of victims and the general public observe the annual sundial alignment of the building’s shadow as it passes across the sculpture and etched markings in the marble denoting the timeline of the attacks. For a virtual tour and history of the Memorial click here.

The 9-11 Exhibition including artifacts can be viewed in the Baltimore World Trade Center’s Top of the World Observation Level. Click here for hours.

Artist: Thomas Sayre

Title: Forum (2014)

30’ Arches, earthcasting (reinforced concrete with iron oxide cast in molds dug from the earth), granite seats, lighting 

 

Arches in various sizes outside of a school building

Artist: Eric Peltzer 

Title: Stochastic Interactions (2018)

30’ Stainless steel kinetic wind sculpture 

 

Silver metal sculpture on a staircase in front of a glass building

Artist: Mark Stutzman 

Title: Always Ready (2019)

8’ x 17’ Mural, Hand-drawn & painted then digitally enlarged and printed 

 

Two soldiers walking by a mural depicting a scene with soldiers

Artist: Volkan Alkanoglu 

Title: INFLIGHT (2019)

Three 25’ x 25’ walls, Painted extruded aluminum sculpture 

 

Close up of a mural mimicking bird wings in various colors

Artist: Michael Singer Studio (2020)

Title: Piney Branch Water Garden

Formed concrete, aluminum castings, lighting, plants, water

 

Outdoor public art installation of blocks around water
Headshot of Liesel Fenner
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Rosa Chang

Special Projects and Grants Associate

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