This awe-inspiring, mixed media mosaic mural celebrates Beth El Synagogue’s 75th Anniversary. The mosaic captures the vision and feeling of belonging and is filled with Jewish symbolism to awaken the shared purpose and identity of the Beth El community. The imagery is specifically curated to provide comfort, familiarity, joy, and an opportunity to explore.
This mosaic includes familiar Baltimore landmarks located in Mt. Vernon, just blocks away from the University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus and the diverse community that they serve. It was created by the hands of hospital team members, medical staff, partner school students and community leaders through a series of workshops. This mosaic
To honor the memory and legacy of its namesake, the Elijah Cummings Youth Program in Israel hangs at the Cummings Courthouse in Baltimore. The 3' x 5' Living Messages' mosaic features the likeness of the late Rep. Elijah E. Cummings bearing the quote "Our children are the living message we send to a future
3 sculptures worked on by hundreds of volunteers in Baltimore and Ashkelon, Israel via a grant from the Harry & Jeannette Weinberg Foundation. The sculptures represent the past, present and future of Israel and sit in the courtyard of the Amigour Towers apartments. LOCATION Ashkelon, Israel
The mural before you has been touched by hundreds of hands and lives throughout the Baltimore community, including the staff and families of the Esperanza Center, the young scholars of Adelante Latina, the students of the Johns Hopkins University Hop-In Program, the high school students of Art with a Heart’s Art of Leadership program,
In recognition of its 20th anniversary, Art with a Heart gifted The Heart of Baltimore to The City of Baltimore and the University of Maryland Medical Center. With the help of hundreds of volunteers, the organization created The Heart of Baltimore, a beautiful mosaic and ceramic heart, as a gesture of love for the
This mural was created by the staff of Maryland Family Network in 2019 to commemorate the organization’s 10th anniversary. The design represents the beauty of life, the joy of becoming a parent, the bond between children and their caregivers, and the happiness we wish for all children.
This custom mosaic was made with love by Art with a Heart students and volunteers in partnership with Ronald McDonald House Board of Directors, staff and volunteers. With over 85 handmade ceramic pieces, 375 pounds of glass and the work of over 400 community members, this colorful installation reflects the spirit of collaboration, hope