This original work is 30" x 40" and commemorates the groundbreaking of a new project in one of Atlanta's oldest African American Communities. The project, called Pittsburgh Yard, is meant to be a catalyst to bring new life to a community that has suffered from its transition from a thriving, vibrant, historic gem community to a neglected historic gem. Founded in 1883, that community of Pittsburgh was actually the "Harlem of the South."
Original sketch on paper. Mixed media. 8.5" x 11" I'm a Vietnam vet and I have to go to Atlanta's Veterans hospital for my meds... View full product details
Giclee print on canvas from original sketch of champion Adrien Bronner. Created ringside during Bronner's fight in Cincinnati. Mixed media. 20" x 30" Hand finished, signed... View full product details
Original sketch on board. Mixed media. 8" x 10" This is another from my "Dining at McDonald's" series. When our youngest was in school, I... View full product details
Original sketch on paper. Mixed media. 8.5" x 11". Another piece from my sketch book. I draw wherever I am, and I was sitting in... View full product details