Paintings: Spray Paint on Board — Kamron Coleman’s Work Portfolio

A few years ago I discovered that an incredible chemical potential was hidden in spray paint rattle-cans, and then I bought cans by the shopping cart- and basket-full. The process is all about layers building and acting on the one before to produce uncontrolled but semi-deliberate organic patterns, that I then coerce into an ethereal […]

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Major Update!!! — The Gearlds Grotto

Well it’s been quite some time since I have last posted, which is a general theme. I always have this Grand idea of putting things on my blog to show appreciation for those who actually follow it. Somehow Instagram’s readily accessible posting seems to take precedence. So without further Ado, let’s get started with the […]

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— museum addicts anonymous

William Henry Johnson, Woman Ironing, 1944 William Henry Johnson (1901 – 1970) was an African-American artist born in South Carolina. He began his career as a student at the National Academy of Design in New York City, where he worked closely with Charles Webster Hawthorne. Johnson lived in Paris where he experienced French Expressionism and returned […]

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