If you’ve been on West Street in downtown Annapolis within the past few years, you’ve likely seen the mural above Tsunami. Or maybe you’ve found yourself surrounded by the colorful artwork splashed across the buildings in the design district. Annapolis’ art community is continuing their mission of bringing attention to the talent in the area through a number of new murals popping up across the city.

Image courtesy of Eye on Annapolis

Spearheaded by Future History Now – a non-profit organization that works with children through art – and its founder, Jeff Huntington, the new murals are a celebration of the area’s talent.

You can find the new murals at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts; one at the Maritime Republic of Eastport at 335 6th Street; another at Elizamae Robinson Community Center at Newtowne 20; and one more at Whitmore Park at Clay and Calvert Streets.

For a full look at the murals and to find out where they are, check out the article Murals Springing Up All Over Annapolis by Eye On Annapolis.

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