"Nadia" by Wycliffe Linc Bennett

"Nadia" by Wycliffe Linc Bennett Mixed Media, $950

I was born in Jamaica West Indies, my family came to The United States in the 1950's settling in the South Bronx. Using G.I. benefits I attended night school at Hunter College in New York City. I graduated with honors going on to Columbia University where I earned a Masters Degree in Business Administration. I am a Certified Public Accountant and a former Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. I taught accounting and finance for three year at Morris Brown College. I am now an artist.



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Comment by Fred Gardner on February 12, 2013 at 1:51pm

Your work is  inspiring/complex. I feel a connection to the topographical wood grain effect.

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