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NKisi-n-Kondi Rose (Detroit Drive)
Run #02180y
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TYPE:Framed Mix Media
SIZE:40 x 52 Inches
This artwork comes signed and numbered by Sabrina Nelson and includes an Original Artwork Letter of Provenance from 1xRUN.
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$400.00
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About The Artist
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Sabrina Nelson was born in the late 60's during the riots in Detroit Michigan. She is a painter by degree from Detroit’s College for Creative Studies. Influenced by Yoruba Religion as well as Eastern and African Philosophy. The work is a combination of spirit, motion and intimacy, not limited by 2 dimensions the scope of her work also includes sculpture, objects and installations.

Sabrina has been a professional artist for over 32 years and an educator for nearly as long. As a studio art teacher at the Detroit Institute of Arts, she lectures and preformed artist demonstrations. She is also on the staff for the College for Creative Studies where she works hard at motivating and preparing students to pursue an art degree in Detroit.

Sabrina has lectured on the preservation of Black Feminism in Art at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit. She is a guest curator at The Carr Center and for Music Hall Performing Arts Center. In addition she has judged art competitions for over 30 years as well as curated several art talks and exhibits. Sabrina often interviews guest artist for the City of Detroit’s Culture video channel MyDetroitCable.

Her work has been exhibited at the Detroit Institute of Arts, Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit, Museum of Contemporary Arts in Detroit and the African American Art in Culture Complex in San Francisco CA. Sabrina’s work has also been exhibited in Florida, New York, Louisiana, Illinois and Ohio. Her work is in the collection at the Charles H Wright Museum of African American History and private collections in FL, NY, OH, GA,CA and MI. She has participated in the Miami Basel at Jakmel Gallery, American University in Paris and currently has work at Le’Belle Gallerie in New Orleans, LA.

Find more from Sabrina Nelson at sabrinanelson.carbonmade.com

Follow Sabrina on Instagram @sabrinanelson67.
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Sabrina Nelson was born in the late 60's during the riots in Detroit Michigan. She is a painter by degree from Detroit’s College for Creative Studies. Influenced by Yoruba Religion as well as Eastern and African Philosophy. The work is a combination of spirit, motion and intimacy, not limited by 2 dimensions the scope of her work also includes sculpture, objects and installations.

Sabrina has been a professional artist for over 32 years and an educator for nearly as long. As a studio art teacher at the Detroit Institute of Arts, she lectures and preformed artist demonstrations. She is also on the staff for the College for Creative Studies where she works hard at motivating and preparing students to pursue an art degree in Detroit.

Sabrina has lectured on the preservation of Black Feminism in Art at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit. She is a guest curator at The Carr Center and for Music Hall Performing Arts Center. In addition she has judged art competitions for over 30 years as well as curated several art talks and exhibits. Sabrina often interviews guest artist for the City of Detroit’s Culture video channel MyDetroitCable.

Her work has been exhibited at the Detroit Institute of Arts, Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit, Museum of Contemporary Arts in Detroit and the African American Art in Culture Complex in San Francisco CA. Sabrina’s work has also been exhibited in Florida, New York, Louisiana, Illinois and Ohio. Her work is in the collection at the Charles H Wright Museum of African American History and private collections in FL, NY, OH, GA,CA and MI. She has participated in the Miami Basel at Jakmel Gallery, American University in Paris and currently has work at Le’Belle Gallerie in New Orleans, LA.
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