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There is beauty to be found in just about anything. It’s true! Old buildings, small patches of land — beauty is in the eye of the beholder. When the beholder is a talented artist, the beauty tends to go a little farther.

Artist Brett Busang’s current show, which is on display now at Joe’s Movement Emporium in Mount Rainier, tells the story of neighborhoods in Gaithersbug, Brentwood/Mount Rainier and Brookland as they’re all in transition.

Specializing in realism, Busang has had his work exhibited in New York, Syracuse and Greenville, N.C. His work also adorns the walls of such corporations as Media General, Capital One and Krispy Kreme, to name a few. His writing has appeared in American Artist, The Artist’s Magazine, New York Press and New York Newsday as well.

In his current exhibit, Busang reflects on the working class roots of the three neighborhoods while reflecting on the growth of each.

For more information, visit joesmovement.org or call 301-699-1819.