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  1. What I’ve been up to (Covid-19)

    18 May 2020
    Untitled (can’t stop thinking about MLK) , 2020 Recently I’ve been in an alternative mindset about making work, mainly because I don’t have access to my studio. Before this I wasn’t always physically making work, I was more so working mentally, thinking and reading rigorously before I even out an…

  2. Looking at Daisy Bates

    24 Apr 2020
    This triptych of images about Daisey Bates (1914-1999| Huttig, AR) pay homage to her work as a civil rights activist, writer and publisher of the Arkansas State Press, a weekly African-American newspaper which she operated with her husband Lucious Christopher “L.C.” Bates, an insurance agent and an experienced journalist. Bates…

  3. Family time, passing us by

    28 Jun 2019
    Brother/Brother & Nephew Texas (2019) & Virginia (2018) The community I came from is known as the Arkansas Delta. But growing up, I was always told I had to prepare myself to leave, and there was nothing for me in this region. There where social economic and cultural issues that…

  4. The maker’s intention

    25 Jun 2019
    Sister & Beauty, 2018 Often we as artists make something with a specific set of influences in mind which flow through our consciousness. Be it a book, an essay we read, a film we watched, work from other artists we look at, a historical context.   These are the things that…

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