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    • A Black Boy and His Dog


      A Black Boy and His Dog is a painting of a relationship between a boy and his pet. I intentionally emphasize the race of the boy in the title because of the stereotypes of Black males. The stereotype in most instances, depict Black boys as wild, undisciplined, violent, inferior, criminal…

    • A Mother’s Worry


      A Mother’s Worry is a painting depicting a look of worry on the face of a Black woman and mother. She is the other side of the coin of a Black male who has been shot or killed in the Black community. When a Black male dies, it has been…

    • African Drummer


      The African Drummer is part of my Africa series where I incorporate the true history of African Americans onto a canvas. Many African Americans embrace the word “nigga” as if that word is the beginning of our story or history. This word should be rejected like the names many African…

    • Art Prints


      A selection of prints are available for purchase at a lower price point than the original artwork. Make one yours today!

    • Banjo Player


      My inspiration for the Banjo Player is my admiration of African American Harlem Renaissance artist Henry Tanner who created the painting entitled the Banjo Lesson. Like the Banjo Lesson, my Banjo Player captures a time in American before the big record labels and the multi-million dollar contracts for making music.…

    • Begging You Please


      Begging You Please is a humble plea of a young Black boy praying to God Almighty for help, forgiveness, mercy, grace, direction, protection and even favor. The challenge with Black males is that need for guidiance is necessary in their neighborhoods and others. There is a target on their backs,…

    • Black Man Wrestling Himself


      Black Man Wrestling Himself is a painting that visually attempts to show the frustration every man feels in his attempt to do his best and be the best version of himself. Most men do not have his color to wrestle against though, like Black. Many men deal with the struggles…

    • Clint Eastwood

    • DAK

    • Ellen

    • Elvis

    • I Matter


      From the artist: I wanted to capture an invisible frustration and rage felt by many African American males, including myself. The rage involves the constant battle to prove yourself as a human being, yet constantly reminded of the stereotype that you do not measure up or matter. The frustration and…

    • I Wonder


      I Wonder is part of my series on Black boys. I used my spontaneous realism style of painting to convey a look of wonderment on the face of this little Black boy. I wanted the viewer to question whether his wonder is a positive outlook based upon hope or is…

    • John Wayne

    • Last Touch


      Last Touch takes into consideration who is left behind after a Black man is killed by violence. My paintings do not focus on law enforcement but the “hood”, the Black community. My perspective is that Black on Black crime is stimulated by the perception of many Blacks that others Blacks…

    • Lucy

    • Maya Angelou


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