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  • Cleopatra VII
    • Cleopatra VII
    • Cleopatra VII
    • Cleopatra VII was commissioned by the APEX Museum in Atlanta, Georgia and is featured in their video presentation “The Journey,” narrated by the late Ossie Davis. In this painting I have depicted her amidst the splendor of her lavishly appointed vessel. She has her favorite color of purple in the silk perfumed sails. The sounds of music being played by her…
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  • Spirit Of Kwanzaa
    • Spirit Of Kwanzaa
    • Spirit Of Kwanzaa
    • The spirits of African American ancestors surround Dr.Maulana Karenga who started more than 30 years ago the Kwanzaa celebration that is practiced by people around the world. Kwanzaa is an African American and Pan-African holiday which celebrates family, community and culture. Kwanzaa is a CULTURAL holiday, not a religious one. Kwanzaa was created in 1996 by Dr. Maulana Karenga, professor…
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  • Trinity
  • VOTE
    • VOTE
    • VOTE
    • The fading light of the sun on the scene represents the decline of America. In 2014, I added a gallery of 24 faces into the stars of leading African Americans that have given a lot for this struggle and are stars in their own right. Overall, there are 41 people of note on this canvas. Can you name them all?…
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  • Ashe
    • Ashe
    • Ashe
    • $165.00
    • Medium: Giclee print on Arches archival paper Image Size: 23.5" x 19" Paper Size: 28" x 23" This print was published by Maruva DQ, Inc. and actually printed by the artist using a wide format Giclee printer to produce these high quality prints.
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  • Cleopatra VII
  • Ladies With Hats / Red & White
  • The Struggle Continues
    • The Struggle Continues
    • The Struggle Continues
    • I decided to paint these two strong Black sisters together as representing the female role in activist organizations of the Civil Rights times. On a personal note, it was during this time that light skinned sisters were able to be accepted by our own people as Black. It was a time of unity of our people to one cause…POWER TO…
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  • The Struggle Begins
    • The Struggle Begins
    • The Struggle Begins
    • On the left of the canvas, I have juxtaposed the two strong Black Women to be in front of the “Rebel Flag” which represented injustice for black people. On the flag are cotton bolls and shackles, symbols of the oppression and forced labor of our people. On the right and seeming to come out of the flag as if in…
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