Exibitions

I am an artist educating the masses. My goal is to teach...to enlighten others about the rich African-American experiences, culture, and traditions in this region.

Exhibitions

(One-man and Group)

    • 1969 – Jackson Square, New Orleans, LA
    • 1970 – Napoleon Gallery, New Orleans, LA (One-man)
    • 1970 – 26th Annual Louisiana Art Exhibition, Old State Capitol, Baton Rouge, LA
    • 1970 – Louisiana State University, New Orleans (One-man)
    • 1970 – Present – New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, New Orleans, LA
    • 1971 – Winner – Artists of the Southeast & Texas Biennial, Isaac Delgado Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA (Entered in museum’s permanent collection)
    • 1971 – ACLU Art Show, New Orleans, LA
    • 1971 – Extended Exhibitions, Atlantis Restaurant & Buster Holmes’ Restaurant, New Orleans, LA
    • 1972 – Spring – Orleans Gallery, New Orleans, LA (One-man)
    • 1972 – Summer – New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, LA (One-man)
    • 1972 – Summer – Jazz Festival, Lincoln Center, New York City, NY
    • 1973 – Brooks Memorial Art Gallery, Memphis, TN
    • 1973 – Fall – Museum of American Folk Art, New York City, NY/li>
    • 1973 – Fall – Anderson Gallery, Richmond, VA
    • 1973 – Winter – Louisiana Arts & Sciences Center, Baton Rouge, LA
    • 1974 – Spring – Gateway High School, New Orleans, LA
    • 1974 – Fall – Hall Brothers Jazz Emporium, Mendota, MN
    • 1974 – Winter – Gallery Leda, Houma, LA
    • 1975 – Winter – Dorothy Rosenthal Gallery, Inc. Chicago, IL
    • 1975 – Spring – Loyola University, New Orleans, LA
    • 1975 – Spring – “Festival of Black World Expression”, Dillard University, New Orleans, LA
    • 1975 – Fall – Old Mint Square Art Exhibit & Sale, New Orleans, LA First PRize (awarded by public ballot)
    • 1975 – American Folk Art Shop, Washington, D.C.
    • 1976 – Winter – Central Louisiana Art Association, Alexandria, LA
    • 1976 – Fall – International House, New Orleans, LA
    • 1976 – Friends of the Cabildo, Louisiana State Museum, New Orleans, LA
    • 1977 – “Black Artists/South”, Huntsville Museum of Art, Huntsville, AL
    • 1977 – Winter – Gallery 7, Detroit, MI
    • 1977 – Fall – Newspace Gallery, New Orleans, LA
    • 1977 – Executed three exterior wall murals: treme Mural (1127 St. Philip Street), Desire Mural (2710 Desire Street), and Cabrina Mural (1200 Burgundy Street), New Orleans, LA
    • 1977 – Summer – Nexus Gallery, New Orleans, LA
    • 1978 – Fall – Treme Center (NORD), New Orleans, LA
    • 1978 – Fall – Lorenzo Bergen Gallery, New Orleans, LA
    • 1979 – Winter – Anderson-Hopkins Gallery, Washington, D.C.
    • 1979 – Spring – Lorezno Bergen Gallery, New Orleans, LA
    • 1980 – Spring – Chi-Wara Gallery, Atlanta, GA
    • 1981 – Summer – Co-Art Gallery, Silver Lake, CA
    • 1981 – Fall – Fowler – Mills Folk Art Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
    • 1982 – Winter – Gaspari Folk Art Gallery, New Orleans, LA
    • 1983 – Fall – Pittman Art Galleries, Inc., Detroit Michigan (One-man)
    • 1987 – Summer – Gallerie Erlecke, St. Paul-Trois-Chateaux, France (One-man)
    • 1988 – Spring – Mural, Florence J. Chester Elementary School, New Orleans, LA (Funded by New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival)
    • 1988 – Fall – Mural, “A Visit to the Nature Center”, East New Orleans Regional Library (Funded by the Percent for Art Program administered by the Arts Council for the City of New Orleans)

Publications in which work appears

    • Listed in Who’s Who in American Art, 1973
    • Journal of the American Medical Association, Cover, September 9, 1974
    • Listed in Dictationary of International Biography, 1974
    • Twentieth-Century American Folk Art and Artists by Herbert C. Hemphill and Julia Weissman, 1974
    • Contemporary American Folk Artists by Elinor Lander Horwitz, 1975
    • UNICEF Desk Calendar, Work entitled “The Real New Orleans”, 1976
    • Amazing America by Jane and Michael Stern, c. 1977, 1978
    • World Encyclopedia of Naive Art by Oto Bihalji-Merlin, Nebojsa-Bato, Tomasevic.
    • Folk Painters of America by Robert Bishop, 1979
    • The Times-Picayune, “CAC Shows How Artists ‘Connect’ in Classroom” by Roger Green, May 1987
    • Richochet (Magazine) Article by William Fagaly, Spring 1988
    • The Times-Picauyne Lagniappe, “World of Art” by Roger Green, April 1, 1988
    • The New York Times, “Cool Jazz, Hot Jambalaya In New Orleans” by Jason Berry, April 17, 1988
    • The Times-Picayune, “Library Mural is Slice of LIfe at Nature Center” by Ronette King, October 27 1988
    • The New Orleans Tribune, “African-American Artists – Their Work/Their Words” by Kalamu ya Salaam, March 1989.
    • Who was Who in American Art 1564 – 1975. 400 Years of Artists in America. Vol. I: A-F

Television, Interviews & Documentaries

  • “Today Show”, NBC, New York City, October 19, 1973
  • “Common Grounds”, CBS, WBBM-TV, Chicago, IL, January, 15, 1975
  • “Mid day”, New Orleans, January, 22, 1975
  • “Profiles In Black”, WVUE-TV, (Interviews), New Orleans, June and September, 1975
  • Appeared in television documentary on 20th Century American naive and primitive artists to be shown throughout Europe. Produced for Telefilm Saar of Saarbrueken, West Germany by Doctor Wibke von Bonin, Summer 1975
  • “Always for Pleasure”, Documentary by Les Blank, 1978
  • “Everywhere Show”, NBC, Burbank, CA, August 25, 1981
  • Interview/Exhibit at ERA Meeting, KNBC, Los Angeles, CA, Summer, 1981
  • “Lets Rap”, Interview/Exhibit, KTLA-TV, Los Angeles, CA, Summer, 1981

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