Project 1628 in Baltimore’s historic Bolton Hill neighborhood exists to support the drive to create and the drive to connect. Our mission is to share art and culture with those who enjoy the spark of new people and ideas.
1628 Bolton Street
Baltimore MD 21217
by appointment with exhibiting artist
Gallery Owner Marcia Hart invites artists to exhibit their work in a clean residential setting and celebrate with friends and family. The purpose of the gallery is to bring fine art and social interaction together in a setting where commercial interests are subordinate to relationships and free exploration.
The Gallery started organically in 2009 after installing a tenant’s collage paintings in a big empty room. The effect of fine contemporary work in an historic 1870’s rowhouse in the Bolton Hill neighborhood in Baltimore inspired a party. We did it again and again, four to six times a year. Click here to see the Archive of exhibitions and events we’ve hosted.
In 2014 the basement Workshop became part of Project 1628 with a new focus on making furniture to solve specific functional and aesthetic requirements in the house, including some in reponse to unique needs of an occasional gallery.
Marcia Hart is an architect with a specialty practice in transaction-oriented design consulting for developers, brokers and tenants. Her day job is Workplace1080.
In the Workshop she makes furniture and fabrications in wood, steel, aluminum, and glass.