Saturday, Sept 17th, from 8-11pm, Tim Conlon’s Derailed 2 @artwhinoDerailed 2, a solo exhibition featuring aerosol artist Tim Conlon. Derailed 2 pays homage to the artist’s almost twenty-year love affair with freight train graffiti art. In this new exhibition, Conlon will showcase a series of new works including life-size aerosol paintings of aged freight cars; weathered model trains featuring scaled-to-size graffiti in the bright colors and iconic characters for which Conlon is best known; and contemporary photographs of trains and their environs. About Derailed 2 Conlon says, “I discovered freight train graffiti as a college kid in Baltimore just as the scene was emerging. As one of the biggest port cities on the East Coast, commercial cargo regularly arrived on large ships in Baltimore Harbor and was transferred to freight trains headed toward big cities like Atlanta, Chicago, and Los Angeles. Train cars were everywhere and as an art student with in interest in graffiti, it was easy to get hooked on this revolving art gallery.”Saturday, Sept 17th, from 8-11pmLocation:Art Whino Gallery 120 American WayNational Harbor, MD 20745 Reception begins at 8pmDJ RIP on the turntables with Old School Hip Hop ClassicsShow end date: October 16thThe event is FREE and open to the public. 

Saturday, Sept 17th, from 8-11pm, Tim Conlon’s Derailed 2 @artwhino
Derailed 2, a solo exhibition featuring aerosol artist Tim Conlon. Derailed 2 pays homage to the artist’s almost twenty-year love affair with freight train graffiti art. In this new exhibition, Conlon will showcase a series of new works including life-size aerosol paintings of aged freight cars; weathered model trains featuring scaled-to-size graffiti in the bright colors and iconic characters for which Conlon is best known; and contemporary photographs of trains and their environs. 

About Derailed 2 Conlon says, “I discovered freight train graffiti as a college kid in Baltimore just as the scene was emerging. As one of the biggest port cities on the East Coast, commercial cargo regularly arrived on large ships in Baltimore Harbor and was transferred to freight trains headed toward big cities like Atlanta, Chicago, and Los Angeles. Train cars were everywhere and as an art student with in interest in graffiti, it was easy to get hooked on this revolving art gallery.”

Saturday, Sept 17th, from 8-11pm

Location:
Art Whino Gallery 
120 American Way
National Harbor, MD 20745 

Reception begins at 8pm

DJ RIP on the turntables with Old School Hip Hop Classics

Show end date: October 16th

The event is FREE and open to the public.