Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs even though checkered by failure, than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoys nor suffer much because they live in the gray twilight that knows neither victory nor defeat.” -Theodore Roosevelt

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Social commentary is a central theme to his artwork. On one side are intricately hauntingly detailed charcoal works on paper contrasted with vivid paintings in near living color. In 1999 he did his first “professional”...

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“John Thomas Moore, “Jahni” born June 20, is an African-American artist and art collector. As an artist he has gained acclaimed in the United States and Colombia, South America having done several works in the...

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“A Creative Spirit Manifest in the Flesh” “I paint because it’s for me to do, just as the lion roars and the cricket chirps. I’ll awaken people with creative expression and bring art to everyday...
One meaning of art is a visual work considered to have been made essentially for a tasteful and scholarly purpose and judged for its excellence and importance. Particularly painting, design, drawing, watercolor, and illustrations.

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You Must See It…
You Must See It…
You must see it before you can see it and if you can't see it, chances are you will never see it. In short, you...
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On Leaping…
On Leaping…
Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs even though checkered by failure, than to rank with those poor spirits who...
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Anticipating Revelution
Anticipating Revelution
"Time For A  Revolution", This Time Around The Revolution Will Not Be Televised", and then there's that apocalyptic Book of Revelation that so many preachers...
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Never Underestimate The Power of Vision
Never Underestimate The Power of Vision
No matter the circumstance or situation, there is a way beyond it: a solution or victory bigger than the perceived obstacle.  That victory  has more...
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Vision
Vision
Vision...there is more power in that word than most will ever see (pun intended). Our first images of what we want to have, be. and...
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