The Passing Of Atlanta Artist Arthur L. Eubanks

The Atlanta arts community morns the passing of one of our own February 2, 2014

 Art's service is going to be at Murray Bros. on Utoy Rd. off of Cascade on this Wed. The viewing begins at 1:00 and Memorial Service is at 5:30pm. From there he will be going to Nashville.    

Arthur L. Eubanks is internationally known as a multi-media artist with great emphasis on painting and photography. He is also an art educator having taught and studied in numerous European, Caribbean and African countries. His formal studies surround the cultural community of Tennessee State and Fisk Universities of Nashville Tennessee. He has taught under the Ministry of Education in Jamaica and performed numerous workshops throughout the Caribbean. Mr. Eubanks has also accepted commissions that has transformed into murals throughout public institutions in the USA and abroad. His latest commission through Atlanta Public Schools reflected on the theme “Children of the World.” Mr. Eubanks has exhibited in many museums throughout his professional career. “Visions of My People” which showcased African American artists born in the state of Tennessee was one of Mr. Eubanks highlighting exhibitions. The exhibition at the Tennessee High Museum of Art launched Mr. Eubanks career and has allowed him to flourish at all levels of his artistic endeavors. Other works by Mr. Eubanks can be found in many public and private collections throughout the world.

Artist Statement

“Art is the sum of life and life is the direct result of divine artistry. Multi-media is essential in describing that artistry which stimulates my creativity. My art is a composite of at least three different mediums utilizing various techniques. I’m disciplined in painting, sculpture and still photography. This allows me the freedom to integrate different mediums, which reflect my ethnic artistic visions. These are visions of my experiences as a world traveler, my life as an art educator and my spiritual growth. 
Share my visions…” 

" Kwaku Alou"
"Mother of the Earth"
"Quiet Diety"

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Comment by gillian TUUDZ Ink&Illustrations on February 4, 2014 at 9:10am

RIP my fellow artist.

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