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Shadow Spotlight: Three Black Contemporary Artists Already Rising

Shadow Spotlight: Three Black Contemporary Artists Already Rising

February 12 / 18

Hey! Hope everyone had a great weekend. A new week is beginning so let’s start off with Shadow Spotlight. Black History Month is here and this month we are going to be putting the spotlight on Black Contemporary Artists that have been on the rise. Again, I rather let the work do the talking…


 

Nathaniel Mary Quinn

Nathaniel Mary Quinn

Here is a guy that went through a lot, but that didn’t stop him to achieve the goals he wanted to reach in life. In this interview below, Quinn talks about how his family abandoned him and how he was able to accomplish success in his art career. The works you see reflect that. There is another part of this interview. To see more of his work, go to www.artsy.net/artist/nathaniel-mary-quinn.

 

 

 

 

Shantell Martin

Shantell Martin, with her artwork.

Known for her whimsical stream of consciousness drawing and light perfections, this British artist has already made a mark in the art world.  She’s been plenty busy with projects all around the world. I’ve featured her on this blog site a few years ago and it’s really good to see where she is today. Go to shantellmartin.art for more of her work.

 

 

Rahiem Milton

Rahiem Milton

I first became acquainted with this man’s work through Instagram. Let me say that he’s already becoming a creative force in the black community. His works have the ability to grab your attention. With the use of light, darkness, or color, Milton has created a wide set of portraits that have beauty, strength, vulnerability, and power. Want to see more? Go www.facebook.com/RahiemMiton.

 

Hope you enjoyed this spotlight today. We’ll be celebrating more Black History through creativity. Enjoy your Monday, be blessed!

 

 

 

 

Image source: Chicago Magazine, Wikipedia.com,
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Artscene Stuff: Artist Project Contemporary Art Fair

Artscene Stuff: Artist Project Contemporary Art Fair

July 22, 2015

Good Morning! It’s seems like a long time has passed since I posted. I found an Art Fair that takes place during February of 2016. It’s the Artist Project Contemporary Art Fair in Toronto Canada.


ARTIST PROJECT CONTEMPORARY ART FAIR 

FEBRUARY 18 – 21, 2016

 

from the website:

Be a part of this exclusive juried art fair showcasing top contemporary artists from Canada and abroad.
Deadline to apply: September 15, 2015

Visual artists of all mediums are invited to submit an application for the Artist Project 2016.Now in its 9th year, the Artist Project looks forward to an exciting fair featuring original works of art from over 250 carefully juried, contemporary artists.

Become an exhibitor at the fair!

Apply now

 

Top Reasons to Apply:✓ Exposure to 15,000+ qualified visitors who love art

✓ Your own professional, curated space in an 11’ high, gallery-style, white hard wall booths

✓ An online profile on TheArtistProject.com and listing in the official Show Guide

✓ A complimentary ticket package

✓ Extensive national marketing & advertising campaign in major art publications and dailies both digitally and in print

✓ Organization & exhibition support

✓ Travel scholarships & awards

✓ A curated show program of special features & events

✓ The opportunity to connect with an incredible and supportive network of talented independent artists and collectives working in a variety of media

Click for more info

Booths starting at $2000!*

Application InformationApply now Dates & Location

February 18–21, 2016
Better Living Centre
Exhibition Place, Toronto
About: The Artist Project is produced by Informa Canada, one of the largest trade show producers in the world. Also produced by Informa Canada: Art Toronto / Toronto Food and Wine, Toronto / One of a Kind Shows, Toronto /Interior Design Show, Toronto, Vancouver / IIDEX Canada, Toronto.

Hope you take the opportunity to check this art fair. Every good opportunity counts! Enjoy the rest of your Hump Wednesday and be always blessed!

 

 

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