Friday, November 25, 2016

Shurvon Shaynlicia Fashion and Fine Arts Designs 2014 - 2020!


It has been almost three years since I started my first Fine Arts Theory Designer Series from Shurvon Shaynlicia Fashion and Fine Arts Designs. Although, I didn't really have a set plan on how this year long fine arts exhibit would be or what type of paintings I would make..the plan was to just get started and follow the lead of my artistic creative vision.

Since its first debut in January 2014 there were many different feelings, thoughts, ideas and realizations that I've experienced while on this new visual arts journey. I knew at a very young age that I would one day become a "real artists," the process of actually making, creating, thinking and showcasing my original art peace's has been very surreal.

Especially, when I discovered all of the  "I really don't know how to explain it ?¿" additional stuff that is associated with the "art world."

There were many times when I was amazed, shocked, scared, excited and inspired to continue on my journey as a Black African-American female visual artists. I now make sure to identify myself in this way so that everyone is clear about who is the only founder, artists and creative art director of Shurvon Shaynlicia Fashion and Fine Arts Designs.

This is not for unnecessary attention purposes because that can always fluctuate. It is because I feel it is very important for an artists in any category of the Fine Arts to be recognized for their accomplishments regardless of their looks or current social economic status.

As a person I truly enjoy painting, reading and admiring the work of other visual artists. Most people seemed surprised by this fact, as if I just woke-up yesterday and decided to discover fine arts. I will admit that drawing and painting wasn't something that I did consistently but the gift, talent and ability was always in me, marinating in the universe until its season to come forth.

This new millennium has definitely been the most creative, innovative, musical, poetic, confident and health conscious.  Which means the future generations will be spectacular because that is what God already predestined in the scriptures of the Holy Bible that says "...we should prosper and be in good health even as our souls prosper." That includes BLACK people whom have often been made to feel inferior or ashamed of their African heritage...but THAT IS NOT WHAT GOD SAID IN HIS WORD ABOUT THE PEOPLE HE CREATED, HE SAID THAT WE HAVE A DESTINY WITH A FUTURE AND HOPE.

After observing some of the issues in our society it only made sense for me to start painting and writing, to help make this world a better place with my creative artists skills. Therefore my goal is not just about fame and fortune. It is about utilizing the God given talents that I currently have to encourage life, love and thankfulness that's my purpose and that's my plan.

THE FINE ARTS THEORY DESIGNER SERIES ~ 2014!
Season One ~The End of WINTER!

Season Two~Spring Florality!

Season Three~Summer 2 LOVE!

Season Four
THE FALL FIESTA
Harvest of Abundance!

HOLIDAY SEASON & KWANZAA
DECEMBER 2014


The My heART's DESIGNER SERIES ~ 2015!


My personal journey into the Wonderful World of Fine Arts has been all that and more, since I made the decision to be a "REAL" Artists = painting, drawing, coloring and writing about the creative adventures of being an African-American Female Fine Arts Visionary!

Starting the painting process, Stopping and Starting again...I have always been very artsy, but was I really ready to present my very own pictures in galleries, museums and art exhibits? 
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Although, it sounds like a good idea and it is what most professional visual artists do at some point in their Fine Arts Career, the struggle to make this decision was very real, especially since I wanted to keep almost every picture that I made for myself (and I do) sometimes.

It is also very fun and FABULOUS to be a visual artists in different community art shows with other FABULOUS visual artists. But as I climbed to the top of Mount Art World and started marching around I realized there were so many twist and turns that caused me to stumble down. It was only by FAITH that I was able to hold onto my vision, goals and royal crayons.

My Fine Arts Journey started in Seattle, Washington, the place where I was born and raised. My eyes have seen the Seattle Waterfront, colorful flowers and evergreen trees that are in abundance everywhere I go. My heart moves to the creative spiritual sunrise and sunset of living in the Pacific Northwest. My mind completely understands the sun, moon, stars, wind and raindrop weather that will change several times between night and day.

The Seattle Central District~Africatown, is were I am from and the firm foundation of my everlasting Fine Arts Visionary Empire. That was BUILT with the love, pain and heartache of a true survivor who has traveled the land only to discover that no other place in the whole entire universe, will be able to replace my life in Seattle...This is where my heART has a HOME,  always and FOREVER!!!

Now, excuse me while I adjust my crown and continue my journey through this creative place...ready to PAINT with my BRUSH on this PAPER... my heART's Designer Series, a surrealist image of the 25 REASONS why i LOVE BEING IN THIS RACE! 

"my heART's 25 = Paint + Brush + Paper"


This is the original drawing of the 
'25 Reasons I LOVE ART!'

The original was drawn on a brown tinged (non gesso) canvas cloth, similar to the newsprint paper that was used in my elementary school art projects. This image will be reprinted on watercolor paper and painted with crayola watercolor paint using the Oh-So FABULOUS Chinese Calligraphy paint brushes it will also include a border made of crayons, markers and gouache paint to add color to this very detailed description of the

25 Reasons I LOVE ART 
PAINT + PAPER + PAINTBRUSH
 =
"my heART's DESIGNER SERIES"





The  'my heART's Designer Series 2015'
PAINT + PAPER + PAINTBRUSHES 
25 REASONS I LOVE ART!

1. The admiration of the art painted on the black velvet fabric some of the best artwork ever made!
The Original Painting of 'my heART 25,' will be matted on a black velvet background in honor of the Original Black Velvet Paintings made in the 1970's and signed with a OH~SO FABULOUS Chinese Calligraphy paint brush.

2. The magnificent and detailed artwork made by other visual artists in my family.
In Honor of...Original Fine Art Collage Painting, featuring the original art images made by to talented artists, my aunt and uncle mounted on a piece of wood from a sewing machine to symbolize the clothes my mother made for me when I was a child.

3. Beautiful flowers, natural earth landscapes and the sunset summer breeze.
Just Google the City of Seattle!

4. My love for fancy perfume bottles, make-up cases and fuchsia lipstick color.
#my favorite perfume = Sunflower, Red Door, 360°, Diamonds and Sapphires, Beyond Paradise. #myfavoritemakeupandlipstick = Borghese, WW #521, Fashion Fair - Chocolate Raspberry and Vintage Avon bottles.

5. Reading beauty and fashion magazines. Watching celebrity movie and music award shows.
Ebony, Jet, Essence, Right On, Glamour Vogue,  In Style and of course "O" by Oprah Winfrey. The Red Carpet reviews of all the Celebrity and Movie Award Shows.

6. Afrocentric and colorful outfits worn in most gospel church fashion shows.
Question: What Will Black African-American people wear when they get to heaven?
Answer: Afrocentric cross colored dashiki glory suits with matching air sneakers and glittery designer bags...lol

7. Hip-Hop Fashion icons: Salt & Pepa, movie actors and music entertainers.
The hair styles, music and clothes of the 70's, 80's and 90's = THE GOOD TIMES!

8. Born and raised in Seattle and one of the many naturally talented artists from the Central District neighborhood.
Just Google all of the famous people from Seattle and you will know what I'm talking about!!!

9. The importance of seeing more black art on book covers, stationary and gift items.
The Historical Legacy of all the Black African-American visual artists is worth knowing and talking about...

10. Elementary school art projects and the teaching of the late Ms. Rainbow, legendary art instructor.
She taught many students in Seattle to be colorful, creative and innovative = #betheartistsyouwishtoseeintheworld

11. Dramatic theatre plays, gospel singing groups and colorful art murals on buildings within the city.
Just Google: Festival Sundiata, Seattle Art Fair, Central District Public Art, Africatown Umoja Festival and more to have your own personal journey through the City of Fine Arts.

12. The visual imagination that is developed from reading in silence. = Go to the nearest library and read a book!

13. Good Ole' soul music and soul food.
Soul Music + Soul Food = Heaven on Earth

14. Downtown Seattle, department store malls and the Waterfront scenery.
The everyday life of a Seattlelite!

15. Big Colorful Earrings, Fancy Hairstyles and Fabulous Fashion Designs. 
You can see all this on the YouTube video of the Afrostastic Fashion Show at the Northwest African-American Museum in Seattle.

16. The need to decorate my personal space and the creative therapeutic healing process of painting colorful pictures. Just paint one picture for your home and you will see what I'm talking about.

17. Mixing watercolor paint in those little compact trays to make something beautiful.
#crayolavintagewatercolors

18. Abstract designs, geometric patterns, shapes and colors.
 "It's all in the mind's eye!"

19. The personal knowledge of knowing that I would accomplish my creative visual fine art goals within my lifetime.
From crayola crayons to gesso canvas, the journey of being an Artists!

20. The importance of establishing a legacy of Fine Art that represents Black people at their best. 
#liveyourbestlife

21. Creative Ideas that are discovered while on my artists journey through this wonderful world of color.Shurvon~Shaynlicia Fashion and Fine Arts Designs, Fine Arts by Shurvon and Live ArtiFacts.

22. The best way to combine my favorite subjects of fashion design, philosophy, sociology, culture, history and literature into one fabulous peace of artwork for the purpose of interior decoration and design. Fine Arts by Shurvon presents...collage assemblage paintings.

23. Drawing fashionable clothing designs and making detailed collages with paper, beads, glass and fabric.
See the Original Fine Art Exhibits of Fine Arts By Shurvon at 
www.creatingfinearts.blogspot.com
The Fine Arts Theory Designer Series 2014 
my heART's Designer Series 2015
The Art of Fashion Designer Series 2016

24. Making Fine Art that is one of a kind and original like clouds in the sky!
The Sky Designer photography Series 2015.

25. GOD CREATED DIFFERENT COLORS FOR A REASON TO CELEBRATE LIFE, LOVE, LAUGH AND LEARN LIKE THE SOUND OF MUSIC.
RE~Create the Color Wheel for REAL!

The items on this list will be featured in the 'my heART's DESIGNER SERIES'
PAINT + BRUSH + PAPER = 25 Reasons i LOVE heART!

In Honor Of...
Original Fine Art Collage Assemblage Painting by L. Haynes, K. Haynes and Shurvon Haynes

THE HISTORY OF SHURVON SHAYNLICIA FASHION AND FINE ARTS DESIGNS

There are so many artists in the world that have inspired my love of being a visual artists. Here is my list of the Artists that have influenced my life and art peaces.

1. Picasso: I can relate to his need to create and experiment with different art styles and techniques.

2. Frida Khalo: We both have experienced the pain of having intensive orthopaedic surgeries (I have scoliosis), although her injuries were more serious. I know what it is like to wear a body cast and back brace with limited mobility. I admire the way she chose to paint and document her life with creative details in the midst of her disabilities. I consider my own paintings as a visual autobiographical mystery novel on canvas. With each chapter (art peace) connecting to another to create an ongoing creative life long adventure in the art universe.

3. Annie Lee: She is a very successful visual artists whose artwork captures the everyday lifestyle of black people living in America. Her art is colorful, poetic, musical and real. One of the first world renowned artists limited edition prints to have in my personal art collection.

4. Larry Poncho Brown and David Sketch Butler: These two contemporary African-American men are very talented visual artists who have taken the necessary time to teach others how to reach their creative goals. I'm very grateful for the knowledge they present on their social media websites.

5. Synthia St. James: She really helped paved the way for contemporary black female artists to become more visible in the commercial art business. Her art is a perfect combination of a art-deco style with afrocentric themes. I love seeing her art on book covers and media advertisements.

6. NEW YORK-NEW YORK!!!
Growing up in Seattle, Washington, I heard so much about this place called New York on television (FAME) and in music videos but it wasn't until I received my first rap/hip-hop album "The Sugar Hill Gang's Rappers Delight" inside that sky blue and rainbow ribbon design on the front album cover that I heard the sound of NEW YORK! I would play that record over and over again on my little blue and white stripped suitcase record player.

That classic rap song was my intro AND then came what I consider to be the best hip-hop break dancing movie of all time 'BEAT STREET,' I spent many summer days watching that movie along with Krush Groove and Breaking 1 & 2  with the Electric Boogie Lou! These movies were my first impression of NEW YORK LIFE (Singing, dancing, rapping, subways, cold winters, night life and colorful clothing)... My creative art journey vision had just got real, real!

7. WRITERS, POETS and SINGERS: I can see, hear and feel the words you have written from your soul onto paper or sung through your microphone. Sometimes it is just a word, phrase or the whole song that I paint on my canvas because I understood or seek to understand...

8. Artists from or currently living in Seattle, WA:
The artists from my birthplace and hometown were the first to teach me to see art in its many different forms. Before I was old enough to remember any of their names I seen their art in my community.
The most memorable being the murals on the old Randolph Carter Center, Medgar Evers Swimming Pool and the Seattle Urban League Buildings  that were a few blocks from my home in the Central District of Africatown.

Some of my family members are also visual artists and I've always thought drawing and painting was something all people knew or learned how to do like walking and talking. I was surprised when I discovered that this wasn't true but I truly believe that EVERYBODY has some level of creative ability to either sing, draw, paint, dance, sew, act or "something" they just have to find it within themselves and Just Do It.

My own art making process got started a little slow but its definitely on the move now that l have my creative groove!
Growing up in the Central District neighborhood of Seattle, WA was and is a blessing to me everyday.

I loved walking home from school or to my favorite stores, churches and beauty shops. Riding the "Joe" Metro Bus (public transportation) from one place to the other was one of the best ways to get around as a teenager living in the city. Now, that my old neighborhood has been gentrified, I am very thankful to have had my real "living" experiences in a place that was and is where my heART has a home!

Go on YouTube and look at Seattle based rapper Draze's music video "The Hood Ain't The Same" for a virtual tour of my city (Seattle, WA).

The Central District will forever and always be the place to be~CD4EVER!!!

SEATTLE WATERFRONT

CENTRAL DISTRICT FOREVER

HEART OF LOVE


Fabulous Fine Arts Forever!

The Fine Arts Theory Designer Series

Shurvon Shaynlicia and the Legendary Annie Lee, visual artists and creative genius!

Oh~So Fabulous

In Honor Of...

Shurvon Shaynlicia Fashion and 
Fine Arts Designs


Black Love and Lives Matter Everyday!!!


THE ART OF FASHION DESIGNER SERIES ~ 2016!

Fine Arts by Shurvon presents a preview image of the 1st painting from the brand new 'Art of Fashion' Designer Series for 2016.

There will only be three original collage paintings for this series, each painting will be of a lady and her gentleman wearing the fabulous fashion designer clothing styles that were popular:

1. "Before"- the 1600's. "heART of Mind"
2. "After"- 1970. "Black Love is Beautiful"
3. "Now"- in this year of 2016. "Love is NEW!"

BEFORE
 AFTER

Black Diamonds and Dream Girl
from the '10' Series 
 

The Spirit of God Within You
Is 
STRONG ENOUGH
to provide all nutrients
vitamins and minerals 
To feed your
Mind, Body, Heart and Soul
with Strength, Courage and Wisdom!
~

The Journey into the Wonderful World of Fine Arts from Color Crayons
to 
Gesso Canvas Fabric!
~
Original Fine Arts by Shurvon

Color Crayons and Gesso Canvas Fabric

Fine Arts i~create just 4U!



Original Art from Shurvon Shaynlicia Fashion and Fine Arts Designs will be on display at:



CELEBRATE THE NEW YEAR WITH 
AFRICAN AMERICAN FINE ARTS EXHIBITS
IN SEATTLE-TACOMA, WASHINGTON
2017

Lady and The Gentleman will be on display at the Onyx Fine Arts Gallery - King Street Station Art Show on January 8 - February 4, 2017




Shurvon Shaynlica Fashion and Fine Arts Designs will be on display at the
Tacoma Art Museum-Community Festival on Sunday, January 8, 2017

Tacoma Art Museum~30 Americans 
Free Community Festival 
January 8, 2017 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

The nationally acclaimed exhibition 30 Americans made its West Coast debut at Tacoma Art Museum in September 2016 and has been widely appreciated by local visitors. Enjoy a free day to see it before it leaves Tacoma! Participants can help make a collaborative mural, take part in dance, hear spoken word, tour 30 Americans and TAM’s other exhibitions, and more.
TAM sent out a call to local artists and creatives to gather the best local talent for this festival. Selected by our 30 Americans Community Advisory Committee, this unforgettable line up is one you don’t want to miss!

Schedule of Events

10 am – Festival Begins
11:30–Noon – Tag Team Poetry in 30 Americans galleries by Jacqueline Ware and Georgia McDade from the African American Writers’ Alliance
1–2 pm – Basquiat Bebop performance by Stephen Griggs Jazz Ensemble
Listen to dynamic renditions of the jazz that inspired artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, including compositions by Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk, and Miles Davis. The band will introduce tunes with biographies and references to Basquiat’s paintings. The Steve Griggs Ensemble has created original site-specific programs of jazz and stories that have twice won the ASCAP/CMA award for Adventurous Programming in Contemporary Music. They have performed at the historic Panama Hotel, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle Asian Art Museum, Bumbershoot, Jazz Alley, Vashon Island Allied Arts, and Bainbridge Island Museum of Art.
1–3 pm – Breaking Stereotypes/Redefining Identity workshop with Beverly Naidus and Carol Rashawnna Williams
2–3 pm – Artmaking Inspired by dance with Barbi Leifert
3–3:30 pm – Interactive Dance Performance by Chris Daigre
4 pm – Festival Ends

Ongoing (10 am – 4 pm)

  • Kehinde Wiley-inspired portraits with Jasmine Brown
  • Collaborative mural with Shurvon Haynes
  • “What does it mean to be an American?” community response activity.



  • The critically acclaimed exhibition 30 Americans makes its West Coast debut at Tacoma Art Museum. 30 Americans showcases an influential group of prominent African American artists who have emerged as leading contributors to the contemporary art scene in the US and beyond. The exhibition covers important topics in contemporary America including race, history, and gender. See 45 works of paintings, sculptures, installations, photographs and videos from artists including, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Nick Cave, Robert Colescott, Glenn Ligon, Kerry James Marshall, Wangechi Mutu, Lorna Simpson, Mickalene Thomas, Kara Walker, Carrie Mae Weems, and Kehinde Wiley.

Shurvon Shaynlicia Fashion and Fine Arts Designs

January 2017 


CELEBRATE THE NEW YEAR WITH 
BLACK AFRICAN AMERICAN 
FINE ARTS EXHIBITS
IN SEATTLE-TACOMA, WASHINGTON
2017

Onyx Fine Arts Gallery - King Street Station
Art Show 
January 8 - February 18, 2017







January 8 - February 18, 2017

Original Artwork by: Shurvon Haynes of Shurvon Shaynlicia Fashion and Fine Arts Designs with Julius Brandon of Ju’s Custom Jewelry Designs

Shurvon Haynes, attended the University of Washington, where she studied visual art, social media and journalism. She currently writes about the importance of global Fine Arts Education on her blog website:
Shurvon Shaynlicia Fashion and Fine Arts Designs. This creative visionary is also the original artists of the annual Fine Arts Theory Designer Series.

Julius Brandon, is a professional jewelry custom fine arts designer. He creates original artwork by redesigning vintage jewelry, beads, stones and decorative objects into spectacular necklaces, bracelets and rings. Julius works in great detail to make his bold statement jewelry come to life with extraordinary color and sparkle. His artwork has been collected by several people for its unique one of a kind creative quality.

The collage paintings featured in this fine arts exhibit are the original paintings of Shurvon Haynes in partnership with visual artists Julius Brandon of Ju's Custom Jewelry Designs. 


The creative art process of Shurvon Haynes and Julius Brandon is all about working together to create a remarkable piece of artwork. Julius typically has the general idea while Shurvon brings this concept to life with her talented drawing skills. They both have a love for vintage fashion designer styles which makes their collaborative efforts worth its ECCENTRICITY!

                             Featuring "Lady and The Gentleman" original art made by Julius Brandon and Shurvon Haynes

Tacoma Art Museum~30 Americans 
 September 24, 2016 to January 15, 2017



The nationally acclaimed exhibition 30 Americans made its West Coast debut at Tacoma Art Museum in September 2016 and has been widely appreciated by local visitors. Enjoy a free day to see it before it leaves Tacoma! Participants can help make a collaborative mural, take part in dance, hear spoken word, tour 30 Americans and TAM’s other exhibitions, and more.
TAM sent out a call to local artists and creatives to gather the best local talent for this festival. Selected by our 30 Americans Community Advisory Committee, this unforgettable line up is one you don’t want to miss!

Schedule of Events

10 am – Festival Begins
11:30–Noon – Tag Team Poetry in 30 Americans galleries by Jacqueline Ware and Georgia McDade from the African American Writers’ Alliance
1–2 pm – Basquiat Bebop performance by Stephen Griggs Jazz Ensemble
Listen to dynamic renditions of the jazz that inspired artist Jean-Michel Basquiat, including compositions by Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, Thelonious Monk, and Miles Davis. The band will introduce tunes with biographies and references to Basquiat’s paintings. The Steve Griggs Ensemble has created original site-specific programs of jazz and stories that have twice won the ASCAP/CMA award for Adventurous Programming in Contemporary Music. They have performed at the historic Panama Hotel, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle Asian Art Museum, Bumbershoot, Jazz Alley, Vashon Island Allied Arts, and Bainbridge Island Museum of Art.
1–3 pm – Breaking Stereotypes/Redefining Identity workshop with Beverly Naidus and Carol Rashawnna Williams
2–3 pm – Artmaking Inspired by dance with Barbi Leifert
3–3:30 pm – Interactive Dance Performance by Chris Daigre
4 pm – Festival Ends

Ongoing (10 am – 4 pm)

  • Kehinde Wiley-inspired portraits with Jasmine Brown
  • Collaborative mural with Shurvon Haynes
  • “What does it mean to be an American?” community response activity.


  • The critically acclaimed exhibition 30 Americans makes its West Coast debut at Tacoma Art Museum. 30 Americans showcases an influential group of prominent African American artists who have emerged as leading contributors to the contemporary art scene in the US and beyond. The exhibition covers important topics in contemporary America including race, history, and gender. See 45 works of paintings, sculptures, installations, photographs and videos from artists including, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Nick Cave, Robert Colescott, Glenn Ligon, Kerry James Marshall, Wangechi Mutu, Lorna Simpson, Mickalene Thomas, Kara Walker, Carrie Mae Weems, and Kehinde Wiley.
  • 30 AMERICANS COMMUNITY FINE ARTS FREE FESTIVAL 
  • AT THE 
  • TACOMA ART MUSEUM
  • SUNDAY, JANUARY 8, 2016
  • 10am to 4pm

American Theory, was painted live on January 8, 2017 at the Tacoma Art Museum's Free Community Festival for the 30 Americans Fine Arts Exhibit sponsored by the Rubell Family Foundation.

There were approximately 45 fine art paintings, sculptures, installations and video presentations included in this exhibit, each art piece created by a famous Black African American Visual Artists, on display for first time on the West Coast. 

I was truly honored and blessed to have one of my collage assemblage paintings showcased for the last week of this celebrated African American Fine Arts Legacy. Words cannot fully explain the powerful historical relevance of the 30 Americans Fine Arts Exhibit.

The opportunity to see exquisite original artwork made by Kara Walker, Kerry James Marshall and Kehinde Wiley was more than worth the 45 minutes ride from Seattle.
It was if I had reconnected with the spirit of creativity from our enslaved African ancestors as I walked through the museum and witnessed the creative energy in the building.

'American Theory' is also the first painting I have made this year in remembrance to the universal significance of the African Diaspora, as we honor Black African American History in the United States.

American Theory
January 8-15, 2017
Original Shurvon Shaynlicia 
Fashion and Fine Arts Designs




Tacoma Art Museum-Community Festival on Sunday, January 8, 2017




30 Americans Fine Arts Exhibit 
September 24, 2016 - January 15, 2017
Tacoma Art Museum


Original Artwork by: Shurvon Haynes of Shurvon Shaynlicia Fashion and Fine Arts Designs with Julius Brandon of Ju’s Custom Jewelry Designs.

Shurvon Haynes, attended the University of Washington, where she studied visual art, social media and journalism. She currently writes about the importance of global Fine Arts Education on her blog website:

Shurvon Shaynlicia Fashion and Fine Arts Designs. This creative visionary is also the original artists of the annual Fine Arts Theory Designer Series.

Julius Brandon, is a professional jewelry custom fine arts designer. He creates original artwork by redesigning vintage jewelry, beads, stones and decorative objects into spectacular necklaces, bracelets and rings. Julius works in great detail to make his bold statement jewelry come to life with extraordinary color and sparkle. His artwork has been collected by several people for its unique one of a kind creative quality.

The collage paintings featured in this fine arts exhibit are the original paintings of Shurvon Haynes in partnership with visual artists Julius Brandon of Ju's Custom Jewelry Designs. 

The creative art process of Shurvon Haynes and Julius Brandon is all about working together to create a remarkable piece of artwork. Julius typically has the general idea while Shurvon brings this concept to life with her talented drawing skills. They both have a love for vintage fashion designer styles which makes their collaborative efforts worth its ECCENTRICITY!
















Saturday, April 1, 2017


Original Black African American Art by: Keith 1980 - 1990's

Black African-American Fine Arts
Originals by Airbrush Artist
Keith Haynes

1980 - 1990's

This is a video of the first images of professional Black Fine Arts I had ever seen. I grew up studying these paintings made with great artistic detail by my Uncle Keith. 
He is an airbrush artists extraordinaire. 


He also completed a very important art installation for Sound Transit, read this quote from the Seattle Times Newspaper for more information:


Soon to be installed, Augusta Asberry’s “Come Dance With Me,” a group of stylized cutout steel figures of joyously dancing African women, looks toward the traditions of her ancestors. Sadly, the Bremerton artist died last year of breast cancer at age 75 before her piece was completed. Seattle artist Keith Haynes is finishing the painting on the sculptures, which are slated for installation this summer on the South Plaza at the Othello Station.
In a statement for her Women Painters of Washington biography, Asberry said about her work: “Designs, color and motion are the elements that dance around in my head and become the heart of my work. My off-balanced arrangement of these elements without a focal point is like ‘offbeat phrasing in jazz music.’ I invite the viewer to linger awhile and ‘listen for the beat that is never sounded.’ “
Sheila Farr: sfarr@seattletimes.com


"In Honor Of..."

"Diamonds of the Diaspora"
 Remixed collage paintings I made from his originals.

Keith and Shurvon, The Fine Arts Visionary and Creative Director of Shurvon Shaynlicia Fashion and Fine Arts Designs

A REVIEW OF THE FOUR ORIGINAL FINE ARTS PROJECTS from...

Shurvon Shaynlicia Fashion and Fine Arts Designs
The 1st Fine Arts Theory Designer Series officially started in January 2014. It was divided into five separate categories according to the four Season of the year and with a Christmas/Kwanzaa Holidays Season Finale. This is a thematic annual series based on a specific creative idea.
2014 ~ Fine Arts Theory Designer Series
2015 ~ my heART's Designer Series
2016 ~ The Art of Fashion Designer Series
2017~ The Journey of Our Lives Designer Series
The Designer Art Signature Series officially started in March 2015. There are only twelve collage paintings made per year of any person, place or thing I want to paint on any given day.
2015 ~ Designer Art Signature Series
2016 ~ 3D Designer Art Signature Series
2017 ~ Back 2 BLACK Designer Art Signature Series
The new 365° Fine Arts Series will be painted with Crayola products on watercolor paper. There will only be one original image made per year with 365 signed giclee prints. The first limited edition collectors set will include 45 individual drawings of important people whom were globalchangers within their lifetime. The specific people chosen for this new art series will have already made a significant impact on the world with their gifts, talents and tenacity starting from 1970 to 2015.  Each painting will be presented in a keepsake album. This new 365° series will be available for purchase in November 2017.
There will also be a new 'Black Woman Beautiful' stationary series starting in June 2017. This new series will represent Black African American Women of all shapes and shades dressed in colorful fashion clothing styles and looking their BEST!
Chocolate Raspberry 
Original 
Shurvon Shaynlicia 
Fashion and Fine Arts Design


MY FINAL ANSWER TO THE BIG "?" WHAT IS YOUR ART STYLE, CATEGORY, GENRE, ETC: AND THE ANSWER IS: UNLIMITED UNPREDICTABLE OPTIONS - 24/7!!! MY ART IS NOT A RACE, AGE, RELIGION, COLOR OR CREED...BUT IT'S DEFINITELY MUCH MORE THAN PAINT ON PAPER...IT IS A REFLECTION OF LIFE, NOT PERFECT, NOT ALWAYS PRETTY BUT VALUABLE AND WORTH EVERY MOMENT IT LIVES IN THE MIND, HEART & SOUL OF THOSE WHO ENCOUNTER ITS PRESENCE... It is usually very fresh and customized to whatever situation, mood, theme, materials, inspiration, imagination and color that dwells in my spirit, mind, body, heart and soul on any given colorful day!
New Updates for the 2017 Creative Projects from Shurvon Shaynlicia Fashion and Fine Arts Design
 2017~ Back2Black Designer Arts Signature Series 
will be one large painting of a Black African American Dollar that represents our value, progress and significance in the global universe.

2017~Fine Arts Theory Series
will be of one large pencil drawing on a canvas fabric scroll of four different ancient historical biblical scriptures and inspirational quotes.

2017~ Global Changers 365°
will be one large collage assemblage on a round canvas of 43 images that changed our universe from 1970 - 2015.

2017~ Black Woman Beautiful Stationary Series will be on a large oversized postage stamp canvas and gift items.

Each of these items will on this website before

The New Year!!!

~
The Journey of Our Lives...Back 2 BLACK ~ WE ARE HERE TO STAY!!!


Ten Most Important Blessings of Being Black!



1. We Love Our Humanity



2. We Are Important



3. We Believe in Ourselves


4. We have made Important Contributions to the World Everyday

5. God has given us a Future and a Hope

6. Our Lives are Worth Saving

7. We are Creative

8. We Have Healthy Minds

9. We are Thankful

10. We are Valuable!

~


ZOOM IN AND FOCUS ON YOUR GOALS, CREATIVE TALENTS AND YOUR BLESSINGS FROM THE LORD GOD ALMIGHTY

2018
ENTER INTO THE 
GLOBAL FINE ARTS UNIVERSE
365°

https://creatingfinearts.blogspot.com/2018/06/globaluniverse-365.html
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LIVING OUR DREAMS 
IN
2019
"AROUND THE ART WORLD IN A DAY"
https://creatingfinearts.blogspot.com/2019/04/wonderful-world-of-fine-arts-day-2019.html

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FEBRUARY 2020 - OCTOBER 2020
'2020 IN THE PRESENCE OF BLACK ART'


'2020 IN THE PRESENCE OF BLACK ART'

Being in the presence of Black Art is a magical, spiritual and historical experience. Black Art is a visual interpretation of the African Diaspora Legacy as told by the creative people who are the descendants of our enslaved African Ancestors
We speak their names and their spirit lives through our soul as we 'Lift Our Voices' to sing, dance, paint and write about our place in this world. We are the change we have been waiting for, we are the creative visionary's that dazzle the Global Universe allowing others to see the Power of Black Art.

The "2020 In The Presence of Black Art" exhibit is inspired by the natural creativity of our African ancestors, Resourceful Black Americans, the Harlem Renaissance, Afrocentricism, the Civil Rights Movement and our current Millennial Wakanda Reality.

This exhibit will encourage us to learn resilience from the past, optimism to live in the present and preparation for the future of our "back2BLACK" African American Community. It is an opportunity to GIVE BACK to the Soul of Blackness that birthed me into a Fine Arts Visionary.

"As a Black African American visual artists there are many different types of obstacles to conquer while living our best life. We have to continuously rebuild our strength and stand firm in our faith everyday in an effort to believe in our creative vision. Therefore it is very important for us to uplift and encourage each other as artists because we BeDazzle the Whole Fine Arts World!!!" ~Shurvon Shaynlicia, The Fine Arts Visionary

Original artwork from Shurvon Shaynlicia Fashion and Fine Art Designs by Shurvon Haynes with guest artists will be on tour at various locations, more information will be provided as scheduled.
























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2020