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HFAS – “A Bright Outlook” Booth #H115

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Gallery: Roederick Vines Studio

Art fair: The Harlem Fine Arts Show

Artist: Roederick Vines

A view of these works will give you an insight into my mind, heart and soul. This is a showing of the best I believe that people of color have to offer - our diligence, pride, honor and trust in God.

Roederick Vines (404) 791-8985 or (404) 791-7989
Email: Roe-z@att.net Website: www.http://rvinesvision.com

This is a collection of work in my attempt to let the world see how black people have survived in an environment hostile towards us. Not only have we survived but thrived, and our outlook is bright. A study in faith progression in imagery is what my message is to... more >>
A view of these works will give you an insight into my mind, heart and soul. This is a showing of the best I believe that people of color have to offer - our diligence, pride, honor and trust in God.

Roederick Vines (404) 791-8985 or (404) 791-7989
Email: Roe-z@att.net Website: www.http://rvinesvision.com

This is a collection of work in my attempt to let the world see how black people have survived in an environment hostile towards us. Not only have we survived but thrived, and our outlook is bright. A study in faith progression in imagery is what my message is to viewers. My work is not meant to be pretty, but necessary. But in good taste with my relationship to color and my dedication to exactness of line, I would hope the viewers comprehend the artist’s grasp of spontaneity and symmetry. Nonetheless, the message is sure and to the point. Racism is not tolerated here! The white supremic notion will be confronted. Men and women of color come together with like-minded Caucasians, who do believe that freedom is a God given right. The above is my motivation for this showing. It’s a good thing there are many more expressions a visual artist may take advantage of rather than always having to defend the color of their skin, or negotiate with the powers that be to remove their knee from our throats or the senseless murders perpetrated by black on black criminals who prey only on poor black people and the helpless. It is good to paint and draw - to create and imagine - but it's better to be free!

Roederick Vines
(404) 791-8985 or (404) 791-7989


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