The Wonderful World of Fine Arts Radio Show with Julius and Shurvon will be on www.rainieravenueradio.world. We will be talking about how we work together as visual artists, our new art projects and goals for the 2020 New Year!!!
(If you are creative/visual artists and want to be a guest on our radio show, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org)
We currently have our visual art on display at three different locations in Seattle.
1. Onyx Fine Arts Gallery located on the 3rd floor of Pacific Place Mall in Downtown on 5th Avenue.
2. Art of Soul Gallery in the Columbia City neighborhood of South Seattle. www.rainieravenueradio.world
3. The Wa Na Wari Art Center in the historical Central District of Seattle. www.wanawari.org
JuVon Fine Arts Designs started in 2015, we wrote about our collaborative journey for the Brooklyn Art Library Sketchbook Project in 2018. Read about our visual story at https://sketchbookproject.com/library/20304
We also have our original visual art merchandise available for purchase at
If you are interested in purchasing an original JUVON FINE ART DESIGNS for your home or office please send an email to email@example.com with your request and contact information and we will respond within 2 - 4 business days.
THE JOURNEY CONTINUES...🏁🖤🎨🖌️
JUVON FINE ART DESIGNS
Shurvon Haynes is from the Central District of Seattle, she attended the University of Washington, where she studied visual art, social media and journalism. She currently writes about her adventurous journey as a black visual artists living in a global society on her website Black•Art•Designer•Fashion. She also collaborates with custom jewelry designer Julius Brandon of JUVON Fine Art Designs and 'The 'Wonderful World of Fine Arts Radio Show' on www.rainieravenueradio.world. The 'Healthy and Happy Mandala' is their first Installation Art exhibit at the WA NA WARI Art Center in Seattle.
The 'Healthy and Happy Mandala'
"Living in the presence of Black Art
is a magical, spiritual and historical experience.
Black Art is a visual interpretation of the African Diaspora Legacy.
This exhibit will encourage us to learn resilience from the past, optimism to live in the present and preparation for the future."
THE HEALTHY and HAPPY MANDALA
Afrocentric Art Installation
designed by visual artists
Julius Brandon and Shurvon Haynes
WA NA WARI ART CENTER
JUVON FINE ART DESIGNS