Daniel Hodges
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Daniel Hodges commented on Sonya Walker's group Black Art In Atlanta
"Hello Sonya & fellow Artists...I'm moving to Atlanta by the end of this year...do u know of any galleries that would be willing to sponsor a new artist or any group shows for January or February 2015?"
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This group was created for Atlanta based artists and surrounding communities that are interested in networking, sharing ideas and providing moral support as we strive to survive by creating artwork for a living.See More
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African American Realist Society

This Group is for all members of Black Art in America who create in a realistic style, and collectors with an interest in Realism in Black Art. Our mission includes, but are not limited to the support of the following long term objectives:1) An annual juried group exhibition2) A museum for The African American Realist Society.3) Academy style schools for Realism4) Galleries specializing in Realism5) Stir the consciousness of the African American community through art6) Record our history…See More
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