Black History Month

7 Artworks

Uprise Art is celebrating Black History Month this year by highlighting Black women artists. Keisha Prioleau-Martin, Lisa Hunt and Nefertiti Jenkins all have diverse practices, spanning from meticulously geometric mixed media to energetic, figurative watercolor.

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Tending to Plants by Keisha Prioleau-Martin
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Head Over Handlebars on Halsey Street by Keisha Prioleau-Martin
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I Hiked for the Hot Tub by Keisha Prioleau-Martin
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Cross Sections: Untitled 7 (black and gold) by Lisa Hunt
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Katharine in Teal by Nefertiti Jenkins
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Leaf Shroud by Nefertiti Jenkins
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She is Kept by Nefertiti Jenkins

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