Dr. Ann C. Saunders’ work includes mixed media drawings, paintings and constructions – all of which are inspired by her personal study of the Qur’an. Although contemporary, her work draws upon the traditions and influences of Islamic art and the African aesthetic.
Currently showing at Gallery 1 located on the campus of Jackson State University in an exhibit titled "Inquiry & Perspectives On the Illusion of Separateness"
Artist Herbert Gentry (1919-2003) made vibrant expressionist paintings of figures and faces, mixing global influences and African American experience. Referring to his childhood during the Harlem Renaissance, Gentry asserted “Harlem prepared me for Paris.” After completing military service in World War II, Herb Gentry returned to Paris for art school - and found himself in the heart of the expatriate American community in Montparnasse. More
Edward Clark is an abstract painter whose work has drawn accolades internationally for five decades. He is the first painter credited with working on a shaped canvas, an innovation that influenced contemporary art through the 1950s and 1960s. He is also known for his powerful brush stroke, large-scale canvases, and especially, his use of color, which makes some people call him an "Abstract Impressionist." More
LaTonya Tonnie Faulkenberry
If you like it Black then Every Thang Black is the page for you. The clothes, the cars, the style, the music, the fashion, the images, the culture.
Finding Mona Lisa: Urban Students Become Global Scholars Thank you Mrs. Rainey