Passionate Singer Turned Passionate Visual Artist During his childhood, Tony formally played seven musical instruments. He recorded his first song when he was in junior high; and in high school, he proclaimed music to be “the art dearest to his heart”. Spencer continued singing with local gospel and R&B singing groups.
From the beginning, Tony’s creations were abstract in nature, and that has been his love ever since. All of his artwork in high school was created on muslin, using latex paint as its base and acrylics for the finale. His greatest inspirations have been Jacob Lawrence, Alonzo Davis, and Salvadore Dali.
From the beginning, Spencer’s accreations were abstract in nature, and that has been his love ever since. All of his artwork in
For this occasion worthy of fanfare, we raised our Mimosa glasses in a toast to the new museum’s ribbon-cutting. Guests attended their choice of show times for an entertaining afternoon, suitable for the entire family. View photos below! We celebrated the opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, in the most […]
ABOUT THE EXHIBIT Reception Photos Artist Information A STORY ABOUT COMMUNITY, IDENTITY AND CULTURE This exhibit captures the unique culture and heritage of Africans of the Diaspora. Many artists submitted original works of art, 13 have emerged and will be featured during this upcoming exhibit. Cleanly curated by Serengeti Gallery, you can expect […]