AM checked out Baltimore street artist Chris Stain’s solo exhibition, “Up On The Roof Countin’ Pigeons,” (previewed) at the Carmichael Gallery.

Stain absolutely knocked one out of the park with his transformation of the front gallery space into a New York City rooftop scene, which featured an amazing gargantuan-sized mural on one of the gallery’s walls. This setup was the perfect backdrop for Stain’s work which features scenes taken from the life of everyday inner-city Americans and the day-to-day struggles they encounter.

In the rear half of the gallery was the group show “Lifeline” which features work from Alex Hornest, Ilia, half of the Barcelona street-art duo Btoy (previewed), Jim Darling, and Sesper.

Check out all the photos and details about our Chris Stain print contest after the jump.

Chris Stain Print Contest:
The print is a hand-stenciled and paint-dripped piece on a 5×8″ index card. To enter, leave a comment on this post. One lucky winner will be chosen at random on Wednesday, 2/11 @ 12pm PST.

Discuss this show here.
Additional images courtesy of the Carmichael Gallery.