Artists by the Numbers
Three works of art. Two minutes each. One artist.
3… Three works. Straight outta the collections of Black Art In America comes three compelling pieces of art for this week, including Little Girl Angel, Celebrate Woman 14, and Celebrate Woman 17.
2… Two minutes. We encourage you to take at least two minutes to view each of these works, study them, and connect with them. See which ones speak to you, challenge you, and-or inspire you.
1… One artist. The artist behind today’s works is Deborah Shedrick, who poignantly offers, “I was born an artist; creating is my source of being and adds meaning to my existence. Art has given me a gift of living in balance and harmony; I live and love art.
I welcome you to an imagination of vibrant colors and texture; my style is my own. As a self-taught artist, I spend countless hours exploring new ways to communicate. Working in one medium is not sufficient and does not satisfy me creatively; Figurative, Abstract, and Mixed Media are the languages in which I speak. There is an urgency and intense intimacy as I create. I rely on intuition and release all inhibitions as I create. My body of work is unique and individual, colorful, peaceful, spiritual.
Each piece of my art is a love letter I have written to you. When my art speaks to you and you are touched, my creative process is complete.”
Okay, now that you’ve been briefed, we’re gonna hit ya with The Three-Piece:
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