Ready for the next level of scavenger hunt? Artist Reed Bmore from Baltimore, Maryland has installed his wire sculptures in trees around the Arboretum. He has carefully placed four wire sculptures high in the treetops to encourage explorers to look more closely than they ever have up into the trees above. While searching for these almost camouflaged pieces the goal is not only to find the intricate pieces of wire art, but also to observe the complexity of shapes, colors and patterns hidden in the trees every time you peer into their canopies. Good luck on your journey through the treetops!
Reed Bmore is a street artist from Baltimore, Maryland. As a street artist, Reed installs
wire drawings on the traffc lights and electrical lines around America. The idea of these
installations is to instill a sense of nostalgia and wonderment to the viewer.
Reed Bmore is a graduate from Maryland Institute College of Art where he earned a
BFA in Environmental Design, specifically in the study of observing, drafting and
finding solutions to spatial problems. From this study Reed found the negative space in
skies to be a suitable canvas for displaying these three dimensional forms.
If you are interested in purchasing a piece of wire sculpture on display or commissioning
custom work by the artist please get in touch with Reed Bmore directly at email@example.com
To learn more, visit reedbmoreart.com or follow Reed on Instagram.
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