The artworks in my portfolio are from my “Gullah Me” collection, (2016 to 2017). The forms and colors reflect the African retentions of the Gullahgeechee nation. The Gullahgeechee peoples are the descendants of African slaves, free blacks, and Native Americans who inhabited the coastal areas of South Carolina and neighboring states from the 16th to 21st Centuries. The portfolio consists mostly of self-portraits taken […]
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