Throughout the year artists are asked to donate to charitable organizations. This is a collection of work I have donated to places like The Hambidge Center for Creative Residencies, Museum of Contemporary Art Georgia ( MOCA GA), Decatur Education Foundation to name a few.
Several murals from the 2013 Living Walls, The City Speaks Conference were in need of some tender love and care so I gave them a little of both before Streets Alive Festival. Murals by 3ttman, Know Hope, Marcy Starz and Gyun Hur.
The Art of Nature is sponsored by the Blue Heron Nature Preserve and the Women's Caucus for the Arts GA.
William Massey III invited me along with some other talented artists to join him at the Kinship Cancer Institute to share some Time, Art and Fun with the patients and staff.
New South is a juried exhibition or works on paper at Kai Lin Gallery in Atlanta, GA
I was asked to select from three walls to paint my mural for the campaign. Instead, I encouraged them to let me bring on two additional artists and paint all three walls side by side over the period of a week. The murals for the Not A Crime campaign were painted by Charmaine Minnifield, Fabian Williams and myself (mine is the one with the gold of course).
Commissioned by the High Museum of Art to advertise the Basqiuat: The Unknown Notebooks exhibition.
Artists are asked to donate a piece of furniture that has been embellished with there artwork to be auctioned for the Metro Atlanta Furniture Bank.
Commissioned in 2015 and painted during Art Basil Miami in Wynwood.
A collaboration with #weloveatl for Art on the Beltline. The design for three outdoor gallery spaces in the form of a heart.
Curator for a gallery show featuring nine Graffiti artist all but one originally from other cities but all now call Atlanta home. The show featured large scale works as big as 10 foot by 20 foot representing what the artists would normally do outside but now brought inside the gallery.
My contribution to The Salem Middle School Mural Project in progress. The purpose of the project is to promote art in the schools and as a sustainable career for kids to consider. The way athletes have sports to create teams and pride in community this project will give artists a way to work together and express themselves to others. An ongoing series of artists, many doing their first murals will be painting and assisting the students with their murals.
Wheat Paste Installation at the Blue heron Nature Preserve
An impromptu expression of my love for our city. On my way to visit a friend on the Beltline, I rode by a yard sale and a spool of red yarn caught my eye. Not knowing what I would do with it I purchased it for a dollar. After meeting with friend, I decided to try and weave a heart in the fence above Ponce de Leon Avenue. If it says anything to anyone I hope it says it doesnt take much to show your love and have a big heart.