This body of work was inspired by society’s forced standards, labels, and restraints that are placed on people, especially on African Americans. My intent was to use my voice to point towards a kind of joy and freedom that we all long for, the kind that breaks societies chains and creates helpful and life-giving dialogue. Through improvisation and abstract brush work, juxtaposed with hard lines and refined figures & structures, I am attempting to communicate the contrast between my chaotic thought-process and the realizations of truths that are taking place.
World’s Collide, 2020, Oil & Acrylic on Wood Panel, 24h x 24w in.
World’s Collide, 2020, Oil & Acrylic on Wood Panel, 24h x 24w in.
⁣⁣⁣From the Ground Up, 2020, Oil & Acrylic on Wood Panel, 24h x 24w in.
⁣⁣⁣From the Ground Up, 2020, Oil & Acrylic on Wood Panel, 24h x 24w in.
Greater Fruits, 2020, Oil & Acrylic on Wood Panel, 24h x 24w in.
Greater Fruits, 2020, Oil & Acrylic on Wood Panel, 24h x 24w in.
Stay Safe Forever, 2020, Oil & Acrylic on Wood Panel, 24h x 24w in.
Stay Safe Forever, 2020, Oil & Acrylic on Wood Panel, 24h x 24w in.
They Will Know You By Your Hands, 2020, Oil & Acrylic on Wood Panel, 24h x 24w in.
They Will Know You By Your Hands, 2020, Oil & Acrylic on Wood Panel, 24h x 24w in.
Black & Free, 2019, Oil on Wood Panel, 24h x 24w in.
Black & Free, 2019, Oil on Wood Panel, 24h x 24w in.
Solitude, 2020, Oil & Acrylic on Wood Panel, 24h x 24w in.
Solitude, 2020, Oil & Acrylic on Wood Panel, 24h x 24w in.
New Sounds of Joy, 2020, Oil & Acrylic on Wood Panel, 24h x 24w in.
New Sounds of Joy, 2020, Oil & Acrylic on Wood Panel, 24h x 24w in.
Calling?, 2019, Oil on Wood Panel
Calling?, 2019, Oil on Wood Panel
WHO IS THE GREATEST?, 2019, Oil on Wood Panel, 69h x 45w in
WHO IS THE GREATEST?, 2019, Oil on Wood Panel, 69h x 45w in
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