Monday, September 26, 2016

"My growing "No Evils' collection recontextualizes, in a Rhythmistic future-primitif dynamic, the classic Chinese proverb of, "Hear No Evils, Seek No Evils, and Speak No Evils." These are mostly painted on canvas expressions. I think that using baldness removes personal vanity from the state and its interpretations. The message is universal and timeless. The visual impact of the art is narrative and bold. I have been growing and showing this body of work since 1988 when I was earning my Masters In Art And Art Therapy at the prestigious School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

This is a collection of art from a Black artist whose narrative is beyond the typical limits of social issues. It is enlightened as it explores this link in morals, spirituality, faiths, and the metaphysical.  It suggests the possibilities of Rhythmism as a genre."

Rhythmistic Art Exhibition Submission draft:

"A full proposal, comprising my artist’s statement, exhibition description, with dimensions and special handling or display requirements, sample images, and, most importantly, statement of relevance to your operation's mission will be sent to your curator or exhibition's director upon request.

  Per the submission preference of the request this detailed information may be sent via email or as a stamped, self-addressed envelope."


Prof. Turtel Onli, M.A.A.T.

"My practice has always been and advancing nexus of creativity, CULTURE, & Commerce."
 "I recently was lucky enough to received the gift of this ever-cool t-shirt to place a brand to the core of my practice. Those background items are a bit of my Rhythmistic fine art."
 "Clearly I feel a kindredness here."

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