Title artwork: Anthony Burks, Sr., Power Is…, 2020, watercolor, pastel and colored pencil
How Do We Move Forward?
Presented and curated by ATB Fine Art Group, Inc.
October 16 – December 12
In response to the recent series of events that spurred local, national, and global response, a group of Palm Beach County Black artists have stepped up to engage the community through art. Serving as both communicators and problem-solvers, 10 visual and spoken word artists will provide content regarding four centuries of turmoil and social and civil injustice. Since the revolution has already been televised, these artists will contribute to continuing conversations and help build solutions through art.
To purchase any of the works featured below, please contact Artist Services Coordinator Jessica Ransom at email@example.com or (561) 472-3336. Proceeds from artwork sales directly benefit local artists and support the Council’s mission to grow arts and culture in Palm Beach County.
Jenn La Reine
Kim Nyesha Smith
Anthony Burks, Sr.
*Click or tap on the images to enlarge the artwork and read the poems.
*Artwork: Dariel Donovan, Invisible Fire, 2020; mixed media on canvas (oil paint, acrylic paint, wood panels, electric lights); 36 x 36 inches; $2,500
*Artwork: Anthony Burks, Sr., Mirror Black, 2020; colored pencil, watercolor, charcoal; 40 x 48 inches; $5,500
*Artwork: Tracy Guiteau, Hindsight, 2020; mixed media (acrylic, oil, and paper collage); 60 x 36 inches; $27,000
*Artwork: Kianga Jinaki, Let Us Live, 2020; fabric collage quilt; Photograph credit: Elijah Hanif, Inge Ford, Unsplash; 25 x 37 inches; $3,000
*Artwork: Turgo Bastien, Time is Up, 2020; mixed media acrylic and collage elements on wood; 64 x 42 inches; $6,500
*Artwork: Turgo Bastien, Time is Up #2, 2020; Found objects assemblage sculpture using plastic, wood, and metals; 64 x 25 x 13 inches; $5,500
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