Baltimore County Councilman David Marks has launched a committee to explore installing public art in downtown Towson.
The committee, co-chaired by two Towson residents — Knollwood resident David Riley and Greenbrier artist Amy Redondo — will work to have murals painted on walls throughout the downtown Towson district.
“Our goal is to make Towson a destination for music, art, food and culture,” Redondo said. “One of the things we can do to modernize and honor the core values of Towson is to start involving murals, to make Towson a destination for people to shop, explore and take pictures.”
If the project is successful, Marks said murals could go up as soon as June or...