Black Art History, Blog, Harlem Reinassance

“Making History: Meta Warrick Fuller’s Ethiopia,” by Renée Ater

At the same time, Ethiopia's message was assimilationist in the way it was exhibited at a "melting pot" event, representing the emancipation of a people attempting to prove their value to a society that had long excluded blacks from full involvement as United States citizens.[2]

Blog, Contemporary Art, Kymberli Grant Art

Canvas Art Prints “Queen Bee” 🐝

If you haven't tried printing your artwork on canvas I highly recommend it. Your customers will appreciate it and you can keep your art. Queen Bee Art

Black Art History, Blog, Contemporary Art

Poetic Justice Alim Smith – Yesterday Nite

I enjoyed this story so much that during college I almost got a tattoo of "poetic justice" in Arabic on my lower back. You know the kind and please don't ask me why? Why not? And Arabic? It was a phase and the written language so lovely. And I still don't have any tattoos but that's not what this is about!

Art History, Black Art History, Blog

Art History: Ernest Watson

I think it was summer when I first saw a painting by Ernest Watson. My brothers and I were staying with cousins in Texas, traveling from one cousins house to another, staying up all night watching movies and running through thick green grass under the piercing hot sun. Every few minutes someone would run back… Continue reading Art History: Ernest Watson

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Lipstick Speed Painting

Speed Painting of Lipstick & My thoughts and experience with filming my work. Learning to let go, enjoy the process and PAINT....because that’s what it’s really about.