From Model to Visual Artist, Pam Moultrie has Dedicated Her Life to Art Pam Moultrie began her career in the arts as a model. She was five years old. She has since specialized in fashion design, large-scale mural, and faux paint treatment, and is now applying her talents to canvas. Oh, and at age 56, […]
Dilip Sheth Identifies Ethiopian and American Influences in Contemporary Art Sheth’s reverence for beauty is obvious. What may be less apparent are the specific influences of the divergent cultures in which he has lived. Gallery Owner and artist residing in Maryland, Dilip Sheth immigrated to the U.S. in 1980.
Reflections of A New Age of Communication Technology “The vibes, tones and rhythms of music have… strengthened my imagination as an artist”, reflects David McKenzie. As he paints, his figures come to life with color and movement. David often finds himself channeling the late 20th Century styles that he studied in school. He uses his brush to […]
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.
Mother and Educator, Jimise Winston Finds Time to Create and Share Her daughter is the most beautiful shade of all—a soft cocoa brown. Mia Elizabeth’s eyes light up the room full of people as she bounces around the art gallery, stealing close-up looks at the pieces on the walls. Jimise allows her to roam freely, and […]
Walker’s journey into children’s illustrations began over fifteen years ago, when she first explored painting as a means of self-healing. It was through this healing process that she gave creative life to the first “Katori Kid”. The perspective and vulnerability of her art ushers the viewer into a safe space of childlike innocence, where they […]
Trinidad-Born Artist Finds Inspiration in The Eastern Teachings Carolyn Goodridge’s paintings have shown in The New York Guggenheim Museum. She is currently Executive Director at Art Impact, USA—a non-profit organization dedicated to cultivating artists who enrich humanity. “Zen-Calypso” is the term Goodridge uses to refer to her upbringing. She describes it a rich mix of […]
Retired PGCPS Specialist Finds A New Calling Constance E. Moore, a former a Prince George’s County Reading Specialist and Test Coordinator, says she has always had a passion for trying new things. So perhaps it is no surprise that her life-long appreciation for art in all mediums and types led her to begin painting seriously […]
Share this Post Coping with rejection from graphic design school, Amber fell back into using her hands to create. Distressed after being rejected from graphic design school, Amber pushed her computer mouse to the side. Having come from a family of creative people, she had already seen herself fitting neatly into their inner-ranks of musicians, […]