Parkville artist Zachary Thornton sold out a show of his paintings in Rome in one day. They liked him in Berlin and Malaga, Spain, too.
Now, Baltimore is also getting to know a talented native son.
His 10-painting show "Night Vision" has proven so popular at the C. Grimaldis Gallery, in Mount Vernon, that it has been extended to the end of March.
"It's amazing to have a solo show in my home town," Thornton said.
Jeremy Stern, associate director of the gallery, said the exhibition is pulling them in.
"We've had a strong reaction from the local viewing public. It's bringing a lot of people to the gallery," he said.