The Story Begins.

They stood in darkness. Two beings without names. Silent but understanding their future more then they could ever possibly understand their past. In the drafty measure between life and death. The colorless idea of chance that blazes trails for ever evolving occurances affected by only natures bizzare hands, they took their first steps side by side with a mute mutual pulse of love and optimisim.

August 6th

Hey people.
I'm thrilled to say that I am a featured artist during Allhiphop Week, contributing two pieces for an art show tribute to Gordon Parks on Sunday August 6th. If you can make it out it would be great to see you guys. There are so many people on my list that I want to introduce to one another. I know so many great folks that need to know each other. (I even think my mother's coming. Ha ha.) I look forward to seeing you all there. Check out my pieces below. And more information about the event.

Piece #1
Name: Beautiful
Medium: Acrylic on canvas.
Dimensions: 24X36
Sale Price: 750.00

Piece #2
Name: Red And Gold Stains
Medium: Acrylic & ? on Wood
Dimensions: 23.25X28.25
Sale Price: 825.00

Artist List
Jackson Brown
Charnier Corey
Amanda Diva
Elan Fergusan
D. Lammie Hanson
Heather Hunter
Zenobia Morrow
Bellinger Moye
Christopher Questel
Nathaniel Roberts
Kay Slay
AHH Week will present an afternoon of urban culture with a Sunday afternoon art exhibit that pays tribute to the convergence of Hip Hop and the visual arts. A select number of artists will be invited to showcase their works in a variety of mediums – oils, watercolors, graphite, acrylic, sculpture, graffiti, etc. – within a loft like gallery environment. The afternoon will highlight the artistic works that speak to the Hip Hop phenomenon, complimented by a special dedication to legendary photographer, Gordon Parks. Other event elements include a live artistic rendering executed onsite.

Sunday, August 6

2PM – 6PM

Nubian Heritage
2037 Fifth Avenue @ 126th Street
Harlem NYC

500 Attendees

$10 donation requested at the door; proceeds benefit the newly created Gordon Parks Foundation
Open To Public Until Max Capacity Reached