When the dot-com bubble burst, the couple moved back to the East Coast. For the past 10 years, he's been working full time as an artist.

"Creativity is the one thing that doesn't spook me," he says. "All I can do is try to find my voice in the void."

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Poem at Leaning Pine Farm

Below is the untitled poem by Nina Forsythe that can be found on the side of Leaning Pine Farm:

The farmer is like an angel of the machinery of the earth -— its

muscle and gears, its pumps and balances — his feet deep in granite

rock beds, his head turned to the sun.

Cross the border and explore the topography of his country, the hidden

water table, the trade routes plied across the corrugated soil. No

passport needed.

Bill Dunlap

Age: 45

Birthplace: Cumberland

Occupation: Artist

Claim to fame: He's painting a mural on one barn in every county in Maryland

Residence: Cumberland and New York City

Education: University of Maryland, 1988, bachelor's degree in English; San Francisco State University, 2000, master's degree in design; Allegany College of Maryland, 2008, associate's degree in forestry.

Personal: Married to social worker Nancy Giunta

Mural locations

The Art of Fire, 7901 Hawkins Creamery Road, Gaithersburg, Montgomery County

Rumbleway Farm, 592 McCauley Road, Conowingo, Cecil County

Crow Farm and Vineyard, 12441 Vansants Corner Road, Kennedyville, Kent County

Lucy School, 9117 Frostown Road, Middletown, Frederick County

Kenny Braitman and Ann Bristow Farm, 92 Carey Run Road, Frostburg, Garrett County

Infinity Recycling Inc., 300 Old McGinnes Farm Lane, Chestertown, Kent County

Leaning Pine Farm, 14611 Mile Lane, N.W., Mount Savage, Allegany County

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