Wynwood Walls-Miami,Florida

In 2009, Wynwood Walls launched during Art Basel, by the late Tony Goldman. Goldman wanted to transform the warehouse district of Wynwood and visualized a uniquely curated art experience like no other. Since then Wynwood has grown into Miami’s only outdoor street art park, boasting more than 40 murals. It features some of the worlds … Continue reading Wynwood Walls-Miami,Florida

Taste & Explore: A Travel Guide to Cleveland, Ohio

Last week I traveled with my mother and daughter to Cleveland, Ohio. It was our first road trip of many together.  We were pretty excited to explore the great city of Cleveland. I had contacted Destination Cleveland for an itinerary of things to do during our stay. Their list included various attractions and places to … Continue reading Taste & Explore: A Travel Guide to Cleveland, Ohio

Opening Party | Wifredo Lam: Imagining New Worlds

Tonight, I attended the opening party for the much anticipated Wifredo Lam: Imagining Worlds exhibit at the High Museum of Art. The exhibit also features works of contemporary artists, José Parlá and Fahamu Pecou. The art displayed by all artists are amazing and a definite must see. What Wifredo Lam: Imagining New Worlds Featuring José … Continue reading Opening Party | Wifredo Lam: Imagining New Worlds

Opening Reception | Maren Hassinger…Dreaming

Spelman College of Fine Art held the opening reception of Maren Hassinger's Dreaming exhibit tonight. I absolutely loved it! The exhibit included installations using unconventional items such as newspapers, leaves, plastic bags, and branches. Her work examines the connection between nature and industrialism beautifully. Go See It! What Maren Hassinger...Dreaming When February 12, 2015 - … Continue reading Opening Reception | Maren Hassinger…Dreaming

Gordon Parks : Segregation Story

Sunday, I was very excited to go see the Gordon Parks: Segregation Story exhibit at the High Museum of Art. The exhibit is a beautiful collection of photo taken by Gordon Parks in the late 1950s. Parks, Life magazine's first African American photographer, was sent on an assignment to Alabama. There, he followed the Thornton … Continue reading Gordon Parks : Segregation Story