David L Anderson
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  • Lithonia, GA
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"Hey David, I have been trying to contact you since I returned from Indiana.  During my move, I realized I had some of your original early works in my possession.  I guess you knew my dad, Jerell Alston, and upon his passing, I got his…"
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About The Artist

I have been drawing since early  childhood. Visual arts was my first source of communication, it is now my major source of expression.I am spiritual, I am a Christian, I am quite interested in my culture and our history and alert to social concerns.This is reflective in my artwork. I am not known locally in the Atlanta art community . I moved here in '09', but I began coming  here in '94', participating in the National Black Arts Festival and continued until '09'. I'm not known in the art gallery community here because, I showed my work in juried art shows , for almost twenty one years..I was also a performing artist. I once played for an African dance company. I am a self taught drummer. I also have a web site ; n2d-artsinc.com & n2d-arts.com .Trough God, my artistic gifts lifted me from poverty to experiences beyond my imagination.    

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At 5:43pm on January 26, 2014, Tamiko Jordan-Obregon said…

Hey David,

I have been trying to contact you since I returned from Indiana.  During my move, I realized I had some of your original early works in my possession.  I guess you knew my dad, Jerell Alston, and upon his passing, I got his drawings.  

You know I love your work and I really want to commission you to do some things at my home and at my school which will be opened in fall 2015.  

Please contact me as soon as possible.  I can be reached at 262.389.5859 (cell) or 262.436.9570 (land line).

I really want to hear from you!  :)

Tamiko Jordan-Obregon

At 10:50am on February 24, 2013, R.D.Morrison said…

Very strong and positive,i like the work very much. and im glad to here that you like mine, prace to you and yours.

       

At 1:10am on February 24, 2013, Yha Yha @Art's My Haven said…
I really like. - YOUR - work, Mr. Anderson. The emotion that your characters seem to have; everybody has a story. Your characters seem to tell their own stories. That's something that I strive for in my work as well. I think that is important. Thank You!
 
 
 

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