As a creator and facilitator of Visual Arts, I feel it is my purpose to make sure that people of all ages, all socioeconomic backgrounds and varied experiences have an opportunity to learn and experience art in some way shape or form. Art permeates every aspect of our society. It speaks for us when there are no words. It heals wounds and brings people together. No matter what your art experience, it can always be shared. No one should feel like art isn’t or couldn’t be a part of their
The recent work I have been doing has been centered on portraits. I am currently working on three series of portraits. The premier series that I am working on depicts portraits of African American women and their lives, these paintings are acrylic with mixed media and some surrealism aspects. The second series I am working on depicts teens and children as iconic cherub figures. The third series are of underglaze decorated platters titled Afro-Punk.
I also work on commission paintings inspired by the portraiture work.
The cost of my paintings range from $300-$2000, depending on size and subjects.
University of Indianapolis
Master of Arts – Graduated 2009
Herron School of Art
Bachelor’s in Art Education – Graduated 1997
University of Evansville
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