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"Lift Ev'y Voice"

"Lift Ev'y Voice"

2006
FLORIDA MEMORIAL COLLEGE, MIAMI, FL
BRONZE-9FT

This nine foot bronze sculpture is in the lobby of the Lou Rawls Performing Art Center located at Florida Memorial University, one of the oldest African American academic centers in Florida. The music notes flanking the front of the sculpture are those of the historical National Negro Anthem, “Lift Ev’ry Voice and Sing”, written by James W. Johnson and J. Rosamond Johnson and performed originally in 1900 by Florida Memorial College students.
72" H x 36" W

SOLD
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Unfulfilled Promises

Unfulfilled Promises

42" high Acrylic, Plaster

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In the Spirit of Peace

In the Spirit of Peace

20" x 20" Mixed Media

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After The Game

After The Game

20" High Bronze

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Culture

Culture

Bronze

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"Egretta Thula"

"Egretta Thula"

“EGRETTA THULA”- 2005 CITY OF TAMARAC, FLORIDA 7 FT. HIGH - BRONZE ”Egretta Thula (Snowy Egret), serves as a reminder to the importance of preserving our wildlife and natural environment. During the late 19th century and early 20th century, plums from the snowy egret were very popular, which nearly led to their extinction. Later in the 20th century, plum hunting was outlawed which allowed the bird species to recover

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The Bridge

The Bridge

THE BRIDGE”, FT. LAUDERDALE, FL.- African American Research Library and Cultural Center-2002 BRONZE 12 ft.
Fashioned in the shape of a drum and topped with the universal African Adinkra symbol, the 12 ft. Monument tells a story of the struggles and successes of African-American people in their quest for freedom. Incorporating the library’s strategic plan and key issues – educational, geography, technology, economic, and cultural elements – intricately woven into the design.

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"Woman With Kerchief"

"Woman With Kerchief"

Resin 8"

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Little Preacher Boy

Little Preacher Boy

Bronze 10 inches High

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Nubian Queen II

Nubian Queen II

Cast Stone Hand Patine

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My Tricyle

My Tricyle

Mixed Media

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Celebrating Children and Families

Celebrating Children and Families

“CELEBRATING CHILDREN AND FAMILIES” 2007 BOYNTON BEACH, FL –BRONZE & KRINKlGLAS® 17ft Children respond to color, hence with a backdrop of primary transparent colors the bronze images of a family appear. The different colors symbolize the many multi-ethnic groups represented in the community. The transparent Krinklglas® allows for the transference of light and serves as a reminder that children are transparent about their feelings, thoughts and actions- a celebration of the vibrancy and excitement of the child-like spirit.

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Burst of Flowers

Burst of Flowers

MAYE BROOKS JENKINS FLOWERING TREE PARK
20FT WIDE X 6 FT HIGH LAUDERHILL, FLORIDA -2011

Sculptured and glazed colorful fantasy flower ceramic mural for the amphitheater wall (acid stained) located in a flowering tree park.

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The Kicker

The Kicker

Commemorative Bronze Sculputure created for the 1995 South Florida Super Bowl Host Committee and give as a gift to all the National Football League team s.

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A Tribute to Swimmers of African Decent

A Tribute to Swimmers of African Decent

Bronze sculpture serving as a tribute to swimmer of African decent.

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