`Fish Out of Water' The days are numbered for those...

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October 11, 2001|By Lori Sears

`Fish Out of Water'

The days are numbered for those "Fish Out of Water" sculptures all around Baltimore. Soon, unfortunately, they'll be, well, swimming with the fishes. On Oct. 25, they'll start to come down, with an official send-off at the Inner Harbor at noon. A couple of the fish will move on to the area outside the Walters Art Museum, on North Charles Street, and others will be taken to the Columbus Center for improvement and patchwork by their artists. All fish will be put up for auction in November at the Walters and online.

But for now, you've still got time to catch some fish around town. In addition to the original 130 or so throughout the city, a whole new school of more than 30 fish will be on view now through Oct. 25. The following list gives the names of the new fish, the artist and location.

Inner Harbor

Fish Sandwich (Jennifer Watson), Pier 5 near Pier 5 Hotel; Movietime Refishment (Nina Rutledge), west shore in front of police kiosk; Chicken of the Sea (Nina Rutledge), corner of Pratt and Gay streets; Zebra Fish (Judy Heimann) and Dragon Fish (Gail Gorlitzz), Columbus Center on Pratt Street; Fish for Knowledge (Annette Wilson Jones), promenade between Marriott Hotel and Victor's Cafe; High Fin-ance (Craig Brown), corner of Pratt and Light streets; Baltimore Quilt Fish (David Bacharach), McKeldin Square at Pratt and Light streets

Downtown

Cobalt Blue (Bill Adler), window at 400 E. Pratt St.; Zen Fish (Jacquie Shane), City Hall; Retrieve the Bay (Mark W. Anthony) and Shellfish (Mary Hennessey-Rayburn), St. Paul and Fayette streets; Bouillabass (Barbara Cox), Hollywood Diner, Saratoga Street near Gay Street; Shriver Caught in the Net (Nanette Ferreri), corner of Redwood and Charles streets

South Baltimore

Fish Market (Susan Fernandez-Janczak), Cross Street Market at Light and Cross streets, Federal Hill; Old Glory (Art Access and Tony Shore), 2509 Washington Blvd., Pigtown

North Baltimore

Striper (Edmond Hardy), 29th and Charles streets, Charles Village; Fish of Dreams (Jacquie Shane), Hampden Family Center on 36th Street, Hampden; Rupert (Maria-Theresa Fernandes), Village of Cross Keys shopping center; Looks Like Rain (Sharon Roslund), WJZ-TV on TV Hill; Divine Fish Out of Waters (Anthea Zeltzman), Senator Theatre on York Road, Govans; Parrot Fish (Larcia Premo), 6400 York Road in front of WMAR, Anneslie

West Baltimore

Remains (Joe Rizza), Whitelock Street and Newington Avenue, Reservoir Hill; Chuck Lightly the Refuse Roughy (Randall Gornowich), Edmondson Avenue and Gilmor Street, Harlem Park; Sapphire Midnight Blue (Rufus Toomey), Sequoia Avenue and Hilton Street, Ashburton; Where We Came From (Espi Frazier), NAACP building, 4805 Mount Hope Drive

East Baltimore

Belly of the Bay (Peggy Fox, Sydney Hopkins, Betsy Heuisler), Patterson Park at Eastern Avenue and Linwood Street; Baltimore Fish (James Hennessey) and Fish Face (Espi Frazier), Canton Waterfront Park; Roxy the Rockfish (Tim Lonergan), Eastern Avenue and Conkling Street, Highlandtown; Wish Fish (Loren Newmark), Baltimore Street and South Broadway, Fells Point; Kid Fish (Ann Hynes), Northeast Market, Monument and Chester streets, Middle East; Macrowave (Frank Perrelli), Dunbar High School, 1400 Orleans St., Dunbar Broadway; Fishscape (Joe Giordano), Belair Road at Chesterfield Avenue, Edison; Smiley Fish (Nina Rutledge), Gwynns Falls Parkway and Auchentoroly Terrace, Mondawmin; See What You Sea? (Lee Anna Will), 418 E. 32nd St., near Greenmount Avenue, Waverly

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