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Profile of a Black Woman is a series of Black and White pencil 
drawings that focuses on the beauty of Black Women. The first four 
pieces of art is of the actual series, while the others are included because of 
technique and meaning. A profile is usually a definition of something or someone. 
A profile view is a side view of a figure. Profile views, verses a frontal 
view of a figure tends to show more definition and tells more of a story. 




Newest addition to the Profile Of A Black Woman Series! 


Profile Of A Survivor
November 2014

Profile Of A Black Woman I: Synerica

Medium: Graphite on Illustration Board 
Size: 20 x 30 Inches
Date: Fall 2004

Profile Of A Black Woman II: Mable

Medium: Graphite on Illustration Board 
Size: 20 x 30 Inches
Date: Fall 2004

Profile Of A Black Woman III: Bathsheba

Medium: Graphite on Illustration Board 
Size: 30 x 20 Inches
Date: Spring 2004

Profile Of A Black IV: Latoya

Medium: Graphite on Illustration Board 
Size: 30 x 20 Inches
Date: Spring 2004

From Shackles and Chains to Bracelets and Earrings

Medium: Graphite on Illustration Board 
Size: 30 x 40 Inches 
Date: Spring 2003

 

Gye Nyame Queen: She Fears Nothing Except God

Medium: Charcoal Pencils on Illustration Board 
Size: 20 x 30 Inches
Date: Fall 2004

I Drew My Inspiration

Medium: Graphite on Illustration Board 
Size: 20 x 30 Inches
Date: Fall 2005

Profile Of A Survivor

Medium: Graphite on Illustration Board 
Size: 20 x 20 Inches
Date: November 2014

       
       
 

 

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