Hey, everybody! Been a while since I’ve updated. The New Rochelle Art Association invited to be a judge at the Adolf grant awards show! I’m very pleased and honored!
I have a few things in the works such as short comic stories, so stay tuned!
On January 28th, I had the great pleasure of attending the Art Is Life Digital Gala and Awards Ceremony! There was an artist call for NYC employees (I currently work as a substitute teacher). I submitted a piece of art last year for their virtual exhibit. The title of the piece is “Hopeful.”
I was also part of The Pelham Art Center’s Faculty exhibition (I teach there from time to time). I showed my Harlem Specter and Chilled Giant.
I think that’s all for now! Still working on that graphic novel, which is coming along very slowly.
Hi everyone, one of my pieces was recently part of an art auction hosted by YCOP. They are still accepting donations and you can still place a bid! I’ve left a link to the page above so check it out!
Also , back in August, I was invited by ArtsWestchester to teach a virtual workshop! I’m very pleased and honored! 🙂 You can find the complete set of all of the teaching artists who have taught a workshop here: https://artswestchester.org/teen-tuesdays/
That’s all for now, I think! See you all soon!
Hiya, everybody! I hope everyone’s doing well and staying safe. I managed to update my website with the work I completed in Grad school as well as some concept work! Free at last! I’m waiting patiently for my diploma to show up.
Also, I kept forgetting to mention that I managed to have a little drawing published by Brightness Magazine back in March for Issue 17!! The theme was “Snowman.” https://www.instagram.com/p/B-HUNx1gO92/
Read here! I am on Page 68! https://issuu.com/brightnessmagazine/docs/brightness_magazine_no_17
And back in January, I was invited to teach an illustration workshop at ArtsWestchester! We used watercolors on color diffusion paper and placed symbols that we drew ourselves onto that paper.
I think that’s it for now, and until next time! 🙂
Hello, folks! Hope everyone’s doing okay! My current semester at AAU has ended and I’ll be returning to my next one in September.
The Group Art Show “Celebrating The Maternal Image” by Got Art? Inc. at the Mount Vernon Library Is almost over! The show ends on Thursday and I’ll be picking up my piece on Friday! It was a pleasure showing my “Luvbugs” there!
I’ve also been continuing my commissions for the past few months and have really enjoyed doing them!
The two pieces above were commissioned by my friend Breeauna from France! First ones are me and her as Power Rangers beating Klan members and then the second is a double portrait!
And then here’s a TF TG commission I completed last month, I believe!
Here’s another excerpt of another transformation commission I did, and was very fun to practice my cel shading technique:
I’ve done much more but I’m not sure If I should post them here 🙂
Anyways, that’s it for now! And my commissions are still open in case anyone wants one! Paypal preferred. Until next time!
Hello, everybody! I hope everyone is well. Time for a small update.
This is a piece I did for a music video directed by Michael Cheq/Curtis Sherrod. The name of the video is “MO PEACE, MO JUSTICE,” written and sang by LA Blacksmith. Very fun! Painted using Adobe Photoshop. Model is Andricka Dree Hall.
Hello everyone! Little bit of old news but my Colored Victory was published in Uppercase Magazine Issue 39. You can buy the issue here.
I also showed her at another group show called Beautiful Chaos in Brooklyn, hosted by Fantasy in Color.
Also, my Green Sister was shown in Lehman College as part of Mind-Builders 40th Anniversary Gala. I was invited by The Calabar Gallery to place her up for Auction.
Looking forward to making more Sisters! Purple Sister coming soon!
Hello everybody! My Fall 2018 semester begins on the 6th and I am not ready at all… anyways, On the 15th, I’ll be part of a group show in Chelsea called Fashion Week SS 2019. Click here for details: https://www.facebook.com/events/1111520565652583
The day after, I’ll be part of a group art show created by Got Art?, Inc. called Beyond Crazy. I’ve attached the flyer below. This event at the AC – BAW is free. Feel free to stop by!
Hugs and kisses, xoxoxo
My solo exhibition has been moved up from May to this Sunday! It’s now happening March 11, 2018. Feel free to drop by! 2:00 to 5:00 pm!
Calabar Gallery Harlem
2504 Frederick Douglass Boulevard
New York, NY 10030
On New Years Eve, I showed my “Victory” Digital Painting and my “Trans Woman who had her Throat Cut” At the Holy Apostles Gallery (Chelsea NY) on New Years Eve. Always a pleasure showing work here. 🙂 Check out the interview below!