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Quwwa Davis' art focuses on the realities our society in general ignores. Homelessness and the indigent are a central theme in his art.
"After it is all said and done, I want my art to give people the opportunity to express and convey feelings that a materialistic and artificial society wants to stifle. I also want it to provoke thought and raise consciousness, and spur movement that will uplift and return mankind back to his/her God-given honorable position." ~ Quwwa
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James E. St.Clair (aka The Artist Saint) is an award winning South Carolina Low Country artist. Many of his paintings depict the rich heritage and culture of the Low Country and the Sea Islands. Steeped in history, Saint’s visual stories tell tales of work, humor and adventure. He primarily paints with acrylics on many surfaces, including canvas, paper, clayboard, masonite, wood and even newspaper. Some of his most popular series of paintings are: Harlem Renaissance, Low Country Folktales, Black
Cherene is a talented actress who has been in the industry since the 70s.
Her resume is extensive and includes "Cooley High" (Tooty Jackson), "The Drew Carey Show" , "Chappell's Show", "Law & Order", "The Long Walk Home" feature film and her latest play, the highly acclaimed "Black Pearl Sings" where she plays Pearl...
Join us as we chat with Cherene about her life and upcoming projects.
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Samuel Pace began creating his art using Jazz and blues music as the subject matter in the late 1980s.
His work reflects the mood and sounds of the music that he hears. He then interprets the music through his creative pieces, which are primarily paintings. Sam says: "My pieces are my way of blending Jazz and Blues into my interpretation of a visual narrative. My works vary in several different mediums from acrylic on canvas, wood, collage, to discarded recylable objects.
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La Trisha LaNae' Taylor is a talented Houston based jewelry designer who is launching her company on February 28, 2009. She designs custom made beaded jewelry and other accessories for women, and will be expanding to a collection of fashion items in the near future.
Tune in for this exciting show with host Tania-Maria Xavier.
Show times: 8PM Pacific 10PM Central 11PM Eastern
Tania-Maria Xavier introduces herself and ColoredPeople.net to her listening audience.
Her first two guests are Andre Harris, whose painting has been featured in Barack Obama's camp and Marvin Trimm, Also known as "Native Son", a spoken word artist whose poetry is inspiring and thought provoking. His work will soon be presented to Bernice King, Martin Luther King Jr.'s daughter.
Are you a talented artist? Would like to join our network? Send us your info to info@ColoredPeople.net