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To the Courageous Contributions of Women Through Time and Around the World

May 13, 2020
To the Courageous Contributions of Women Through Time and Around the World

“MaestraPeace” is one mural comprised of several, produced by seven female muralists on two sides of The Women’s Building in San Francisco. The building is located at 3543 18th Street, and is one of the city’s largest murals.

Kidnapped Girl's Sweet Revenge: A Look at Eugene Bilbrew

May 09, 2020
Kidnapped Girl's Sweet Revenge: A Look at Eugene Bilbrew

The artist’s name is Eugene Bilbrew (he went by Gene and ENEG and other pseudonyms), an artist from Los Angeles, born in 1923 and is said to have been the first Black fetish career artist. This information comes from the GENE BILBREW REVEALED: The Unsung Legacy of a Fetish Art Pioneer by Richard Pérez Seves.

Tagore's 159th Birthday (and a peak at Bhattacharjee)

May 07, 2020
Tagore's 159th Birthday (and a peak at Bhattacharjee)

I’m dedicating today’s post to Tagore, by sharing one of his works with you.  I would tell you the title, but Tagore didn’t title his works. He wanted the viewers to have an untainted interpretive experience. Very thoughtful.

So that our “greats” will be remembered: Tina Allen's Sojourner Truth Statue

May 06, 2020
So that our “greats” will be remembered: Tina Allen's Sojourner Truth Statue

Tina Allen was a New York born, sculptor who made a name for herself creating a number of large sculptures of Black leaders, paying tribute to our ancestors, so that our “greats” will be remembered. 

For the Love of Music: A Comparison of Tanner and White

May 03, 2020
For the Love of Music: A Comparison of Tanner and White

 I want to compare two paintings from two different men, born in different times. Both paintings contain two people and in each, are two different instruments. The common thread - the love of music.

Plastic

Jan 24, 2020
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