12 Mar
WOMEN’S WORK opening this friday

In celebration of Women’s History Month and beyond, The LeRoy Neiman Art Center presents WOMEN’S WORK – an exhibition highlighting the work of ten New York artists: Amber Doe, Beatrice Lebreton, Chanel Kennebrew, Kathleen Granados, Monique Schubert, Myrah Brown Green, Nancy Elsamanoudi, Valerie Deas, Wilhemina Grant and Xia Gordon. Their backgrounds, experiences and media vary [...]

31 Jan
Black Artstory Month 2014: Native Sons and Daughters Opening Reception Feb. 1st 8p-10p,

Black Artstory Month 2014: Native Sons and Daughters Feb. 1st-28th Opening Reception Feb. 1st 8p-10p, The Emerson  561 Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn, NY Black Artstory month celebrates the enduring influences and contributions made by African Americans within the visual and performing arts world. I am honored to have works included in two locations for this exhibition. [...]

31 Jan
Black Future Month Exhibition Feb. 1st

BLACK FUTURE MONTH 3014 at Feb. 1st-28th The 1st of its kind in Toronto, its a Group Art Exhibition centered around Afrofuturism. Several artist taking a creative look into our distant future. Check out the opening: BLACK FUTURE MONTH 3014 at Feb. 1st-28th Opening Reception Feb. 1st 6p-11p, Daniels Spectrum: 585 Dundas St East, Toronto, [...]

04 Sep
The NYC Future Project!

I’m thrilled to announce a new project I’m working on. It’s called the NYC Future project. It’s a mobile photobooth project. I’m shooting a series of portraits and asking folks to write down one word that they feel embodies NYC 25 Years into the future. Here’s a sneak peak into what I have so far. [...]

30 Jul
WHERE THE HELL IS THE NEW JUNK

Remember when I use to post a new item everyday? I do. It was crazy. I had this loft bed that I would work under. Coming up with designs on a daily, making like a crazy person. I miss making that way and am looking forward to creating with that type of vigor. Just so [...]

25 Feb
DETROIT AN OUTSIDERS PERSPECTIVE

Let’s chat about Detroit. The first (and last time) time that I ever visited Detroit was for a family reunion. I was 14 years old and went with my paternal grandmother. She and my grandfather grew up there and moved to southern california before the idea of me, other grandchildren and great grandchildren ever existed. [...]

14 Jan
Upcoming Gallery Exhibition! OPENING JAN 27th

IONA College Council on the arts 715 North Avenue, New Rochelle, NY 10801 BlackHair: Black Identity Sunday Jan 20th-Thursday Feb 21 Opening reception Sunday January 27th 1p-3p Curated by Peridot Smith Featuring art by Natassia Davis, Chanel Kennebrew, Soo Yoon Lym, Jamel Shabazz, Alexandria Smith, James Petrozzello, Tabitha Bianco Brown, Toyin Odutola, Philece R. and [...]