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Identity and Expressions

Posted on February 26, 2020 at 4:50 PM

PORTRAITS: Identity and Expressions at Site :Brooklyn Gallery , NY

Sometimes you just can't make it to the show where one of your paintings is featured. But the feedback was good and i got that picture.


This painting does not intend to represent a white, yellow, red or black child but rather a portrait of all races at once. This painting with the two words "Purple Child", meaning a child who abused a purple drug substance is titled INDIGO CHILD. An indigo child is a highly creative, free thinker, compassionate, intelligent strong willed child with a strong connection with nature. This painting is created to provoke a shift in people's mind and have them re-think their view and perspective. One must not be quick at judging and categorizing. Appearances are deceiving. People are rarely who they seem to be. Appearance does not matter as much. Color is not a criteria on which we decide who is who.


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