Original Black Art Fashion Designer Images made by SHURVON, The Fine Arts Visionary!!!!
Tuesday, May 31, 2016
MUSIC, SPOKEN WORD, THE VIOLIN AND VISUAL ART AT FESTIVAL SUNDIATA 2016!!!
THE FABULOUS FINE ART 4EVER SHOWCASE OF: HELEN COLLIER
1.) Helen Collier- Meow a Sci-Fi writer.
2.) My art comes through the written word.
3.) I decided to pursue writing when my first readers begged for more.
4.) It connects me with many worlds outside of my own.
5.) Festival Sundiata at the Seattle Center in the loft and I will be accompanied by violinist Akua Kariama and artist Shurvon Haynes on June 11th 2016
THE FABULOUS FINE ART 4EVER SHOWCASE OF: AKUA N. KARIAMU
Akua N. Kariamu is a writer, visual artist, and music educator born and raised in New York and has been residing in Seattle for 10 years. Her family's Southern and in Guyanese roots make up a diversity of perspectives which she espouses as an artist and musician. Akua was a music consultant and instructor of violin for the Ladsonian Foundation. She has also guest taught for the Noel Pointer School of Music in Brooklyn. since relocating to Seattle she has taught for Langston Hughes Summer Performing Arts Institute, artis in Motion, and the Associated Recreation a Council division if Seattle Parks and a Recreation. She is a Pratt Fine Arts Poncho Pathways Artist Fellow, and a teaching artist for Reel Grills. She currently runs her company Spirit Dance Coaching for Introverts and the Literary Violinist Studio. Her free time is spent planting food and creating music with her husband.
THE FABULOUS FINE ART 4EVER SHOWCASE OF: SHURVON HAYNES
1. Who are you?
My name is Shurvon "shaynlicia" Haynes, Fine Arts Visionary journalist for Fine Arts By Shurvon and The Live ArtiFacts/ Fabulous Fine Arts 4EVER websites.
2. What is your specific fine arts practice?
I'm a Fine Arts Visionary, visual artists of original collage paintings, custom jewelry designer, write poetry and articles about Fine Arts.
3. When did you decide to be an visual artists and fine arts journalist?
I knew at a very young age that I would be a visual artists while I was in grade school making class art projects. It wasn't until 2004, when I started painting and writing more consistently.
4. Why is Fine Art important?
Because it is a form of visual expression for people to receive healing, understanding and appreciation for the creative gifts we all have.
5. What is your five-year visual arts plan?
To be a successful visual artists entrepreneur, expand my fine arts exhibition territory by developing a diverse portfolio of original fine art paintings in galleries and museums.
For more information about Fine Arts By Shurvon please visit www.creatingfinearts.blogspot.com
June 11-12, 2016
Visual Artists meet and greet is on Friday-June10th