Natural Hair, Absolutes, and Why we Still Need Feminism.
Spring 2011
A series of drawings based on women of African descent that I’ve been working on for the past couple of months. Topics include blurred definitions of what it means to be yourself, healthy body image, coming to terms with the difference between exploitation and ego, community building and lastly, natural hair and taking pride in what one has.
Sisterhood in an Abstract World of Absolutes
A Woman/ Womyn, Seated
Profile of a Woman
Pride and Mane
Contemplation of Exploitation or Dignity
Lost in a Confused World
all pieces are featured on my art blog. I would appreciate some feedback but it isn’t necessary at all. enjoy!? Natural Hair, Absolutes, and Why we Still Need Feminism.
Spring 2011
A series of drawings based on women of African descent that I’ve been working on for the past couple of months. Topics include blurred definitions of what it means to be yourself, healthy body image, coming to terms with the difference between exploitation and ego, community building and lastly, natural hair and taking pride in what one has.
Sisterhood in an Abstract World of Absolutes
A Woman/ Womyn, Seated
Profile of a Woman
Pride and Mane
Contemplation of Exploitation or Dignity
Lost in a Confused World
all pieces are featured on my art blog. I would appreciate some feedback but it isn’t necessary at all. enjoy!? Natural Hair, Absolutes, and Why we Still Need Feminism.
Spring 2011
A series of drawings based on women of African descent that I’ve been working on for the past couple of months. Topics include blurred definitions of what it means to be yourself, healthy body image, coming to terms with the difference between exploitation and ego, community building and lastly, natural hair and taking pride in what one has.
Sisterhood in an Abstract World of Absolutes
A Woman/ Womyn, Seated
Profile of a Woman
Pride and Mane
Contemplation of Exploitation or Dignity
Lost in a Confused World
all pieces are featured on my art blog. I would appreciate some feedback but it isn’t necessary at all. enjoy!? Natural Hair, Absolutes, and Why we Still Need Feminism.
Spring 2011
A series of drawings based on women of African descent that I’ve been working on for the past couple of months. Topics include blurred definitions of what it means to be yourself, healthy body image, coming to terms with the difference between exploitation and ego, community building and lastly, natural hair and taking pride in what one has.
Sisterhood in an Abstract World of Absolutes
A Woman/ Womyn, Seated
Profile of a Woman
Pride and Mane
Contemplation of Exploitation or Dignity
Lost in a Confused World
all pieces are featured on my art blog. I would appreciate some feedback but it isn’t necessary at all. enjoy!? Natural Hair, Absolutes, and Why we Still Need Feminism.
Spring 2011
A series of drawings based on women of African descent that I’ve been working on for the past couple of months. Topics include blurred definitions of what it means to be yourself, healthy body image, coming to terms with the difference between exploitation and ego, community building and lastly, natural hair and taking pride in what one has.
Sisterhood in an Abstract World of Absolutes
A Woman/ Womyn, Seated
Profile of a Woman
Pride and Mane
Contemplation of Exploitation or Dignity
Lost in a Confused World
all pieces are featured on my art blog. I would appreciate some feedback but it isn’t necessary at all. enjoy!? Natural Hair, Absolutes, and Why we Still Need Feminism.
Spring 2011
A series of drawings based on women of African descent that I’ve been working on for the past couple of months. Topics include blurred definitions of what it means to be yourself, healthy body image, coming to terms with the difference between exploitation and ego, community building and lastly, natural hair and taking pride in what one has.
Sisterhood in an Abstract World of Absolutes
A Woman/ Womyn, Seated
Profile of a Woman
Pride and Mane
Contemplation of Exploitation or Dignity
Lost in a Confused World
all pieces are featured on my art blog. I would appreciate some feedback but it isn’t necessary at all. enjoy!?

Natural Hair, Absolutes, and Why we Still Need Feminism.

Spring 2011

A series of drawings based on women of African descent that I’ve been working on for the past couple of months. Topics include blurred definitions of what it means to be yourself, healthy body image, coming to terms with the difference between exploitation and ego, community building and lastly, natural hair and taking pride in what one has.

  1. Sisterhood in an Abstract World of Absolutes
  2. A Woman/ Womyn, Seated
  3. Profile of a Woman
  4. Pride and Mane
  5. Contemplation of Exploitation or Dignity
  6. Lost in a Confused World

all pieces are featured on my art blog. I would appreciate some feedback but it isn’t necessary at all. enjoy!?