My father bought the first Najee Dorsey painting of anyone in my family, and as soon as he did, he took a photo and sent it to me. He knew that the jazz theme would appeal to me, but as my taste in art veered towards more abstract works, he wasn’t sure whether the style would touch me as much as it had him. The paint was thick enough that the photo didn’t do the piece justice, yet I told him that it would look great in his house, and that Najee seemed… Continue
CROSSROADS Sculpture and Paintings
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Society hasn't made it easy for a women with talent to make her own way in the visual arts.
I'd like to believe that what appears to be the silencing of the world's female voices wasn't partially intentional, but unfortunately history doesn't seem to bear that one out. Prejudice in any form is common to the human race. When taken as simple historical fact, female history isn't all that dissimilar to those of the Native American or other culturally disenfranchised peoples. We're rather…Continue
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