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Charcoal Drawings

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  1. artwork on Philadelphia public transportation

    SEPTA

    2013 Charcoal on Bristol Paper 11” x 14” framed Learn More
    $169.00

  2. Fan Art: Featuring Queen Latifah as Bessie Smith and Her Lesbian Lover Lucille

    Fan Art: Featuring Queen Latifah as Bessie Smith and Her Lesbian Lover Lucille

    2015 Charcoal Pencil on Drawing Paper 10.5” x 6.5” Blues singer of 1920s Harlem, Bessie Smith, a married woman who kept a female lover, belted out in clubs: "When you see two women walking hand in hand, just look 'em over and try to understand: They'll go to those parties - have the lights down low - only those parties where women can go." This drawing was inspired by a scene from 'Bessie' 2015 played by Queen Latifah Learn More
    $169.00

  3. Serena Williams

    Serena Williams

    2015 Charcoal and Chalk on Paper 52” x 95” Learn More
  4. Inspired from Robert Mapplethorpe's photographs

    Robert

    2009 Charcoal on Bristol Paper 12” x 9” framed Learn More
  5. police brutality

    Feeling Down

    2009 Charcoal on Bristol Paper 12” x 9” framed Learn More
    $169.00

  6. transgender art

    Calvin Inclined

    2009 Charcoal on Bristol Paper 12” x 9” framed Learn More
    $169.00

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ARTIST STATEMENT

There is so much to see and learn about, and for that my passions are extremely charged and my artworks are the by-product of my consciousness. Similar to a public diary entry, each installation reveals pieces of an evolving story. For me, art is a catharsis.

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BIOGRAPHY

Overflowing with color, energy, and optimism: I’m a social activist and proud Kutztown University alumni immersed in community building and entrepreneurship. Philly Voice’s Historic Philadelphia Ten- a selection of 10 women making bold statements through art. 

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