“Lead Yourself through Art — How to use an art practice to lead a more purposeful and stress-free life” https://medium.com/@colindarke/lead-yourself-through-art-how-to-use-an-art-practice-to-lead-a-more-purposeful-and-stress-free-life-bfb0fe283e6b
Colin Darke, 42, is a fair-minded corporate executive from Detroit. But his rarity lies in the fact that, while only 1% of the world population is naturally ambidextrous, literally 1 in nearly a billion can draw freely with both hands simultaneously to make exquisite, detailed character studies. Yes, Colin draws these with both hands inContinue reading “Intro”
I was honored to be a part of The Carr Center Gallery’s first group show at its new location in the heart of Detroit– Art in the City: Detroit Visionaries. The artists participating were, among others, Colin Darke, Lazar Favors, Tyrone Dickey, Priscilla Phifer, Judy Bowman, Nathaniel Haris Muhammad, Onzie Deandre Norman, Margarita Beale, AnnaContinue reading “Art in the City: Detroit Visionaries”
“Looking at Yesterday” 12” x 12” Watercolor on paper
“Trapped Bird,” 12″ x 12″ Watercolor on paper.
“Hope + Stillness,” 6″ x 6″, Gouache on board This was part of a series of painting that I did called, “Hope against Odds.” In 2010, a companion piece to this one was juried into a highly competitive are show in New York Cite– the 18th Annual National Juried Exhibition at the Bowery Gallery, andContinue reading “Hope and Stillness”
“Hope Against Odds,” 6″ x 6″ Gouache on board
Fear 22″ x 30″ , watercolor on paper Currently showing at The Carr Center’s Art in the City: Detroit Visionaries
“Gibberish” 24″ x 18″ Acrylic on board (and acrylic pen) Gibberish inspired by the Mad Hare in Alice in Wonderland. The hummingbird in the background is a motif from my Hope Against Odds series.