African American Photographer - Lorna Simpson Is A African American Artist & Photographer Who Made Her Name In The 1980 & 1990s With Artwork Such As: Guarded Conditions and Square Deal.

African American Photographer - Lorna Simpson Is A African American Artist & Photographer Who Made Her Name In The 1980 & 1990s With Artwork Such As: Guarded Conditions and Square Deal.

It's no secret that the great Northwest has a world renowned art scene and La Conner happens to be home to many of the artists and a thriving creative community. See amazing artwork from local and surrounding area artists during your stay at the Channel Lodge or Country Inn. inspiration awaits! Gwen Knight's retrospective exhibit is at La Conner's Museum of Northwest Art

It's no secret that the great Northwest has a world renowned art scene and La Conner happens to be home to many of the artists and a thriving creative community. See amazing artwork from local and surrounding area artists during your stay at the Channel Lodge or Country Inn. inspiration awaits! Gwen Knight's retrospective exhibit is at La Conner's Museum of Northwest Art

Selma Burke at her Bucks County home circa 1950s. Photo is from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts site.

Selma Burke at her Bucks County home circa 1950s. Photo is from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts site.

Annie Lee (American, born 1935) ~ ''Her noted ability to convey feelings through the faceless subjects of her paintings has won her a place in history as one of the icons of African American art.''

Annie Lee (American, born 1935) ~ ''Her noted ability to convey feelings through the faceless subjects of her paintings has won her a place in history as one of the icons of African American art.''

CHARLES BIBBS:  ln his quest to preserve & develop visual arts, Bibbs founded Images Magazine, 1st National Publication Dedicated to Contemporary African American Art, Art 2000 Visual Arts Association (& Mentorship Program for young & emerging artists), Art on Tour, The Inland Empire Music & Arts Foundation, Co-founder of Creative Quarantine, artist & residence program.  http://expokerja.com/stacey-joyce.htm

CHARLES BIBBS: ln his quest to preserve & develop visual arts, Bibbs founded Images Magazine, 1st National Publication Dedicated to Contemporary African American Art, Art 2000 Visual Arts Association (& Mentorship Program for young & emerging artists), Art on Tour, The Inland Empire Music & Arts Foundation, Co-founder of Creative Quarantine, artist & residence program. http://expokerja.com/stacey-joyce.htm

Influential African American artist~Faith Ringgold is an African American artist, best known for her painted story quilts. She is professor emeritus in the University of California, San Diego visual art department.(http://www.metrowestdailynews.com/news/x775561568/Faith-Ringgold-celebrates-African-American-history-in-her-artwork)

Influential African American artist~Faith Ringgold is an African American artist, best known for her painted story quilts. She is professor emeritus in the University of California, San Diego visual art department.(http://www.metrowestdailynews.com/news/x775561568/Faith-Ringgold-celebrates-African-American-history-in-her-artwork)

Mary Lovelace O’Neal (Born 1942) is an American painter. She is also Professor Emerita from the University of California at Berkeley and former Chair of the Department of Art Practice.  She is also in the forefront of abstract painting today, and is on the short list of the country's greatest African-American painters.   http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eC6ltrrCqTs

Mary Lovelace O’Neal (Born 1942) is an American painter. She is also Professor Emerita from the University of California at Berkeley and former Chair of the Department of Art Practice. She is also in the forefront of abstract painting today, and is on the short list of the country's greatest African-American painters. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eC6ltrrCqTs

Aaron Douglas (May 26, 1898 – February 3, 1979) was an African-American painter and a major figure in the Harlem Renaissance.

Aaron Douglas (May 26, 1898 – February 3, 1979) was an African-American painter and a major figure in the Harlem Renaissance.

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