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The intent was always to be direct with my approach to painting. My art is an extension of my character, bold and uninhibited, assertive and unorthodox. Read More

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    The intent was always to be direct with my approach to painting.
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  • My art is an extension of my character, bold and uninhibited, assertive and unorthodox.
    My color pallet is extensive and expressive.
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  • My purpose, or ‘mission’, is to achieve originality and integrity.
    For ones art to stand apart from the rest, the artist must create a body of work that is unique.
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JMZ Walls

The grass roots art projects are changing how we look at urban landscapes. They bring the cultural awareness of the visual arts from inside galleries and create a museum of art for the public to enjoy is an enrichment program spearheaded by individuals who see the value in the power of art. The street art organizers know that art does make a positive difference in our society.

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Diver UP! Showdown

“Diver Up! Showdown” is a group show of artists exhibiting his or her own interpretation of Victor Spinelli’s famed photograph, “Diver Up!”

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Street Murals Exhibition 2014

The opening show for “Street Murals Exhibition 2014″ was held last night at a vast space inside the Be-Electric Gallery and Kevin Michael’s curation was a success.

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From Bushwick to Bed-Stuy

DeKalb Avenue and Broadway is the Brooklyn borderline between Bushwick and Bedford Stuyvesant (Bed-Stuy). The portrait of choice for this location is one of Brooklyn’s finest, playing the part of Mars Blackmon…

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Brightening Up Brooklyn

The next two stops after Errol’s brought me to Bushwick for the Dodworth Street Mural gate and a new Biggie for Bushwick.

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Flatbush Murals at Errol’s

Last week I went deep into the bush, Flatbush, Brooklyn at the corner of Hawthorne Street and Flatbush Avenue to Errol’s Caribbean Bakery.

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