Thursday, April 8, 2010

Frank Frazier's African Paintings on Display

The exhibition, “African Art Tradition & Influence: Frank Frazier, Painter” at the King Arts Complex in Columbus, Ohio will show the artistry of African Textiles. The pattern forms and styles are raffia cloth from Zaire, Kente of the Ashanti and Ewe, Bogolanfini mud dyed cloth of Mali, Aso Oke of Yoruba and Khasa blankets of Mali, Adinkra stamped cloth from Ghana. These textiles reflect the excellent quality of style and design which have inspired and influenced many artists. Guest curator George Miller, CEO & founder of Black Arts Plus Gallery, augments the exhibition with selected works from the international artist, Frank Frazier. Frazier, a collagist, sculptor and painter, works with oils, watercolor, charcoal and other materials drawing his influences from artifacts and artisans in Senegal, Gambia and Sierra Leone, West Africa.

The exhibition will run from Thursday, April 08, 2010 through Monday, May 31, 2010 in the Elijah Pierce Gallery.

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1 comment:

Greeku said...

Excellent painting. I always like the African Art very much. It will be really extra-ordinary.