Ways of Seeing is the name of an exhibition in Baltimore that showcases tactile art --art visitors can experience through touch.
One piece is a sculpture of a cracked eye created by ceramics instructor Sallah Jenkins and Marguerite Woods, president of the at-large chapter of the National Federation of the Blind of Maryland. Woods, who lost her sight a decade ago, says the piece reflects her resiliency.
Thomas Rowe Price Junior, born in Baltimore County at the end of the nineteenth century, set out to be an industrial chemist, but fell in love with investing--choosing stocks by analyzing how a company will add value to the economy.
His biographer, Cornelius Bond, says by the time he set up T. Rowe Price & Associates a few years after the Great Depression, Price on a different path than other investment managers.