Abstract Artwork 'Blackmaled At Birth' © Exhibition Prints, Signed & Framed
Original artwork prints from the 'Blackmaled At Birth' Exhibition curated at the Greenwood Gallery, January-February 2022. This exhibition has been featured in Tulsa World: Museums and Galleries Tour 2022, on KTUL (ABC) Channel 8, The Oklahoma Eagle, Tulsa Arts District, and several other print and digital editorials.
6 Pieces from exhibition are
Original artwork prints from the 'Blackmaled At Birth' © Exhibition curated at the Greenwood Gallery, January-February 2022. This exhibition has been featured in Tulsa World: Museums and Galleries Tour 2022, on KTUL (ABC) Channel 8, The Oklahoma Eagle, Tulsa Arts District, and several other print and digital editorials.
6 Pieces from exhibition are a part of this collection, and one unreleased* piece that was kept for a separate exhibition.
- BLACKMALED AT BIRTH
- SOULS IN THE DARK
- CONSTELLATIONS OF COLORED PEOPLE
- BONE SHARDS OF AN EMBRYO'S EYE
- KNOWLEDGE OF BREWING SOULS
- MESSIAH COUPLE
- ARAWAK DEATH MOUND ORNAMENT*
Sizes are 16x20 to 20x30 Framed Signed Canvas Artwork, LIMITED PRINTS, numbered and C.O.A. with order.
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*Artwork is EXCLUSIVELY licensed to and by BLACK PEARL DIAMONDS PUBLISHING LLC on behalf of artists.
CNOTE RS WILSON, curator, author, poet, writer, actor, lyricist, music producer, and publisher is bringing a collection of ART bridging generations of abstract and fine mediums to tell the story of lineage. It speaks to the BLACK MAN and the heritage of family as exposed by the systematic grids one has traveled from past to the present and its guidance in the effort to enrich the future by conscious movement. CNOTE RS WILSON being of Cherokee and Arawak Indian descent carries the inheritance of family stories from before and during the Trail of Tears and beyond to loss of root by displacement in American Slavery. Speaking present to past to understanding of what has brought him to this point of discovery.
- The focus is a deeper relation of voice navigating BLACK HISTORY of men and women NOT held captives of psychological, social, political maneuvers; yet, bonded to the fight and prowess to overcome these disadvantages. In a system NOT meant to feed US, we MUST mold in the creation of our own systems within and above it using the advancements in Today’s abilities by every means necessary to raise the steps of Black Men returning to the family held strong by Black Woman.
- We must know our lineage as Black Indian and Black African people as it relates to the stories we pass down for the children to see a PRESENT FUTURE they can learn, grow, and benefit from while understanding the history we’ve come from.
- Art is curated by GREENWOOD ARTISTS that have traveled through 5 generations of family and close respected parties.
— P.A.Clifton, has always felt that Art expression taps into the deepest part of a persons mind and draws the energy needed to stay at peace with ones Inner-self. Which allows visions to become realities? That is the artistic expression. Along with her African-American Haitian/Cherokee parents and grandparents, she grew up between two cities Cleveland, Ohio and Tulsa, Oklahoma. Traveling over the years throughout the U.S, and Mexico, Living with other cultures, and finding beauty everywhere. PAC, realized early in her life, that she had actual artistic talent and wanted to follow In the footsteps of a favorite relative, Angle Leer, an unknown Artist, during the Harlem Renaissance era. It has been within the last ten years that PAC has reached the discipline to be competitive.
— Meyah E. Hamlin-Barclow is a native of Baltimore, Maryland. Primarily self-taught, Meyah is a graduate of Langston University with a B.A in Liberal Studies. She gained public recognition for her artistic efforts during a yearly festival when the Tulsa Tribune focused on her artistic style. During this same period a local television station aired an interview with her as she explained the essence of selected illustrations and the inspirational factors behind them.