Ubuntu is a group portrait, celebrating the familial and societal impact of womens lives and work.
The site-specific installation predominantly consists of African wax, Kente, Batik and Tie and dye fabrics scraps. Symbolically, it represents groups of women from diverse communities.
I interpret national monuments as symbols that reflects and celebrates the diverse communities in the United State.
This piece conceptually answers the question of what it means to be black, informed by a complex view of the black and colored experiences in the United States.
Perceptive use of commonly found objects creates poetic representations of real world issues.
Is yesterday eating today’s tomorrow?
A sequence of collage paintings narrating the 400 year history of African Americans from ancient Ghana empire to the present day Ghana. Inspired by the movie "A Prince Among Slaves"
Le Noir est Beau: Black is beautiful, captures the wisdom, beauty, confidence, strength, leadership, womanhood, and power of the Black woman.
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