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The Story of the Flaming Poinciana Tree by David Porter
In the 1960’s the Highwaymen Artists (particularly R. A. McLendon) would come to Uncle Curtis's law office and he would buy their paintings for $20 and give to family members as gifts…
Daddy's South Florida Palette by Peggy Brady
Often on Daddy's way home he would see a group of African American painters in bank parking lots or set up on street corners and every time he pulled over. He was struck by how well he felt they painted the world as he saw it every day.
Doell West, Exhibiting Artist
Each individual artist contributes a bit of self to the Gadsden Arts Center & Museum each time they either submit a piece of art or volunteer their time, which I feel truly makes Gadsden Arts a community within a community.
B'Rael Ali, Exhibitions Intern
The latest exhibition, FOUND: Southern Vernacular Art & Gee's Bend Quilts was extremely inspiration to me as an artist, student, and observer. The use of mix-media and found objects to create fine pieces of art struck me as genius.…
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