Gathering Me’s

I’m super excited for this!!! It’s finally back. And it’s coming together beautifully. I’m so blessed to have this opportunity to show all the things that I can do.

We will have good art, good music & good people. Come thru. It will be fun. More details at the link below.

Gathering Me’s opens August 2021 at the Storefront Theater in Broad Ripple.
717 Broad Ripple Ave Indianapolis, IN 46220

Sky’s The Limit

Have what you want. Be what you want.

Thank you again to Gary Gee for curating this amazing show! I’m honored to be showing with so many great artists. Watch the clip & go check out the show.

Sky’s The Limit (2021) 

Acrylic & Mixed Media

36 x 48” | 825.00 USD

I have prints of this piece available on my Etsy. Click the link to shop. Check out the song below.

Hip Hop Anthology Vol. 2
Curator: Gary Gee

June 1-30, 2021 at the Central Library
40 East Saint Clair Street Indianapolis, In 46204

Yellow: A Color Exhibition

The Garfield Park Arts Center presents its 2nd annual Color Exhibition, featuring the color yellow. Yellow, the color of sunshine, often represents warmth, happiness, optimism, energy, and intelligence. However, it can also signify caution or fragility. View artwork created by local artists containing various shades, tones, and meanings of yellow and see how the color has moved them.

The show goes live on June 5, 2020 and runs until the 27th on the Garfield Park Arts Center Website. Click here to visit their website.

A Virtual First Friday is happening on Instagram June 5 from 6-8 PM. Follow @gpacindyparks to see my work and the other talented artists!

Primary: MTA XXII 2020

1st Primary V2 ~ 2020


Here are the finished pieces from Meet The Artists 2020. It was really great blessing to be a part of this show. To have the opportunity to be seen in this light is incredible and more than I could ask for. I hope to continue working at this level.

Special thank you to Billy and Claudia Thomas for my framing. Really everything about this was wonderful.


Thanks to the Indianapolis Public Library and the Center for Black Literature and Culture. Thank you to everyone involved.