Creating art through pain is beautiful nothing can explain better then art.
This painting won 1st place in my first art show subject was,"what does Sickle cell mean to me."
This painting won 3rd place at my first art show in Oakland California.
I was inspired to create a painting of E-40 to represent myself and my community. E-40 message that he shares through his music is phenomenal and I feel that his music really speaks on things that are happening everyday in the life of people who live in the Bay Area. E-40 is real and I can relate to almost all the music he puts out.
All of my Portrait paintings I look at a picture in order to create the image I'm producing. By having a picture to look at I can concoct beautiful art work with expression.
After creating the E-40 painting I became motivated to paint other music artist who Live in the Grater Bay Area. Coming from Oakland and being connected to the community by the people I know and the family I have I persuade painting music artist my family knows and preforms with.
Being from the Bay Area and Loving Sports I felt compelled and inspired to paint an Oil Painting of Steph Curry from the Golden State Warriors.
I Love Bob Marley music and message that he portrayed in his lyrics; I felt impelled to create this beautiful creation just as Bob created his art doing music. .
I was taking an Oil Painting class at College of Marin to better my art skills and one of the assignment was to create a Self Portrait of myself. I worked off a picture I had of myself.
After I created the first Oil Painting of myself I wanted to paint another one; I was still learning to better my craft and on the shade and shadow. was difficult but non the less I liked how it turned out and kept it just as it was.
I gave my niece Roubxy a bracelet and she was so happy that I caught her smiling after I gave her the present. The photo I took of her smiling I painted; here is the beautiful Oil Painting I did of her..
I love the message that Martin Luther king portrays peace and nonviolence I wanted to paint Him for his birthday.
I was influenced to paint Martin to king with a pro and honor of his birthday a few years back.
I love to Draw & Paint hands and in this picture I had a clear shot of a hand, so I decided to paint it
I painted this painting for my auntie who lost her husband in order to bring comfort to one who lost a love one. Portraits can help ease the pain of a love one who has been lost.
When looking at an image on a picture I can really get the expression on the person that I am painting.
Painting with color gives life to my art work its nothing like painting Little Uzi Vert with all the different colors that he has in his hair. This painting here I also used a photograph to paint the image I was painting.
I am all about expressing my art through what I see and weed helps me with my pain control sometimes. Painting this image came into my mind when I wanted to express my love for cartoons and marijuana.
Have you ever thought what if weed fell from the sky? Sometimes when I am medicated I think of some interesting art pieces of art work to create and this art work right here is a perfect example of a thought I had when I was medicated.
I love to paint hands the detail in each hand is different from the one before. To create an art piece that means unity is difficult but I was able to create this art work with different color hands that is in the African community. We are all beautiful weather we are dark skinned to light skinned we are all beautiful in gods eyes.
A client wanted me to paint some Black sister girls eating watermelon like back in the day, but when I was done she didn't want this beautiful art work I created for her, so this art work is still for sale.
At college of Marin in the Umoja Area the staff members wanted some art work to put on the wall of the space where students will go study and do their work. This piece I created based on what Umoja means to me.
This art work I created was also created for the Umoja Area at College of Marin. I wanted to create something up lifting for women students to look at and identify with.