This piece is a painting from my series entited, "Crown and Glory." This series is about a celebration of natural African American hair! It consists of images of several different natural hair styles with negative words (such as buckwheat and ignorant) embedded within them. The words are bringing forward the negativity that is often associated with natural African American hair to the audience and inviting a conversation about the falsehood of the meaning of these words to the subject and their hair. This series is announcing that black hair is beautiful and should be celebrated for its distinctiveness.
This painting is displaying the message that we are all beautiful from our beginning. Our natural beauty that God has given us is...
Angela Redmond was born on May 10, 1987 and lives in Chicago, IL. She is a Figurative Artist, who has been intrigued by art for many years. The medium her art mainly focuses around is painting and drawing, however, she also has a few prints and photographs within her portfolio. Her enhanced interest in creating art really sparked within her final year of high school. She received her Bachelorís degree in Studio Art from Albion College in MI. and her Masterís of the Science of Digital Art degree at Knowledge Systems Institute in Skokie, IL.
Angieís work focuses on personal experiences and feelings that may be shared with the viewer. She uses her personal narrative to honor her race and celebrate all of the human...
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