Kimberly Sheridan, the woman trying to paint all the people killed by guns in Baltimore, gets an art show

Last November, when we wrote about Kimberly Sheridan, the Pigtown woman trying to paint all of the people killed by guns in Baltimore, she was hoping to get a show. Her wish came true, and this month she will be showing all of her paintings (which number over 50) in a single location at Waymans Memorial Church (1305 Washington Blvd.). 

"Couldn't have asked for a better first venue," Sheridan says.

"And it's a community space too, not an art gallery," she says of her attempt "to take this where art doesn't usually go. We bridge boundaries."

Sheridan's work will be on view through Jan. 24, Wednesday-Saturday 10 a.m.-4 p.m., during which times Sheridan will be in the gallery and available to talk about the work. 



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