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Baltimore artist Megan Lewis’ work honoring Black women spotlighted at U.S. Open tennis tournament | Baltimore Sun

Baltimore artist Megan Lewis’ work honoring Black women spotlighted at U.S. Open tennis tournament | Baltimore Sun

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Sameer Rao, Baltimore Sun

The works of 18 artists from around the country and world occupied front- and second-row seats at Arthur Ashe Stadium in Queens, New York, during theU.S. Open tennis championship that ended Sunday. The exhibition revolved around racial justice and the Black Lives Matter movement. Baltimore-based painter Megan Lewis, whose paintings enrich walls and windows across Baltimore, was one of the featured artists.

“It’s amazing,” Lewis said Wednesday. “Any opportunity I get to express myself and do what I love is amazing to me.”

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