Mud and METAL specialized in functional art, craft, and jewelry for you and the ones you love. Our intent was to showcase artists from all over not shown yet in Baltimore and provide space for local artists. We appreciate functional work and the artists who can not stop creating.
MUD and METAL opened in the fall of 1995 on the 800 block of west 36th street, aka the Avenue, hon. We had a lot of fun in that small space, really so much! It would fill up with 10 people...
In 2006 we bought the old abandoned and gutted Hampden House Bar at 1121 w. 36th st. It was a large undertaking, but the result was much more space, taller walls, more natural light, and the addition of a second floor.
Several years ago we finished the renovation upstairs and opened it up for gallery shows and yoga classes. The Gallery Above rotated group shows every two months.
This has been a wonderful journey and I am so grateful for everyone along the way, our artists, our town, and you, our fantastic customers.
The shop has closed after 23 years… so grateful for all of the days in Hampden. Here you will see the last remaining treasures, all on sale.
Please do not hesitate to ask anything.
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The Gallery Above
The Gallery Above is on the second floor, above MUD and METAL.
We rotate group show of fine art including paintings, photography, mixed media, and assemblage work. If you are interested in participating in a show, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with pictures or a link to your work.
Join us this Friday Nov 4th for the opening reception of
The Gift of Art Holiday Show 2016 in The Gallery Above MUD and METAL Treasured art to give is a treasured gift to artists who love to create. Work by Olivia Spencer, Yvonne Wagner, Sarah Reusing, and Dan Lanier “The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away." Pablo Picasso
Mask Competition 2016
Make a mask and bring it into MUD and METAL by October 1st. Opening reception is October 7th 6-9pm. Customers vote for their favorite for the month of October. Winners will be announced during HalloweenFest October 31st. Cash Prizes, $100/ $75/ $50
Peaceful Creature Show
Capturing the ones we love in a peaceful place....
Paintings by Diane Bevensee and Matt Muirhead
Illustration by McKenzie Ditter
Photography by Eileen Gillan
The Big Lady Bug Show
Opening Reception April 1st 2016 6-9 pm
The show runs through the end of May 2016
Voices of Love: Work by Itineris Clients
The Gallery Above Mud and Metal is hosting an exhibit with work created by clients working with Itineris. The works will be each clients interpretation of LOVE!
Itineris is an organization committed to helping provide opportunities for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder to participate meaningfully in all aspects of adult life. The Drew Putzel Creative Art Program (DPCAP) provides opportunities for Itineris' emerging artists to express themselves creatively and individually, while actively contributing to the local art community.
Opening Reception is Friday February 5, 2016
The show runs through March 30, 2016
First Friday at Mud and Metal
Hampden, Baltimore City
Hampden is an amazing, eclectic and supportive community. This is an historic city neighborhood once famous for its fabric mills. Today it is filled with a unique collection of independently owned shops, delicious food, holistic care, and bars with music of course!
There is something for all ages in Hampden, so bring the family, friends from out of town or just you and your honey for a good time, any time in Hampden!
We have created our own visual walking tour of Hampden starting from right outside MUD and METAL's front door. Take a look and make note of all the fun you will have in Hampden! For more about Hamoden, visit http://hampdenmerchants.com/