, New York
Mixed Media & Collage
I am a bi-coastal (New York City and Los Angeles) artist. This is my place for digital exploration. My work tells the story of female vulnerability, ancestral adornment, and mental anguish.
Check out my usable products. See the website below.
Hello folks, I've been neglecting my online sites. These are hard times and it has been a challenge to keep up with some of tasks. I appreciate all the visitors that come by.
The Liberator Magazine (out of NY) is printing an article about my work. I hope you purchase a copy or go to there website to read it.
The other day, I was doing a sketch on paper, in my sketchbook, with a pencil and then I found myself trying to expand the picture like I would on my tablet. I realized I've completely changed my way of interacting and perceiving how I create art.
I really had to laugh at myself; and then ironically, I took a picture of the sketch and re-did the drawing in a digital format - I thought, this is crazy, but my new way of creating; and I accept it completely.
Look out for my new series of digital paintings!
Artist Rees-Tabari (ART)
Headed to the unknown
At our core, somethings can never be changed; yet, we will always be artists even in death.
Artwork on everyday practical items for sale. These items are one-of-a-kind limited production of her artwork.
When the art image has reached its production limit (5-10 pcs), then it will removed from the store and no longer be offered. If you want something you really like keep that in mind.
Thanks in advance for visiting the site.
Roots of an Artist
At the age of eight, I started creating detailed ink drawings of urban building and street scenes; at the age of ten my mother enrolled me in life drawing classes, at the Arts Students League on 57th St. in New York City.
I attended one of New York's top math and science engineering high schools, Brooklyn Technical High School, (in New York City’s downtown Brooklyn) where I was enrolled in the Interior Design engineering program and I went on to study painting and sculpture at the School of Visual Arts (SVA).
After attending SVA for 2 ½ years, I took a year-long sabbatical, traveling throughout México to paint landscapes. This trip, introduced me to great painters, such as, Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera that I still admire.
I was also influenced by many contemporary Afro-American artists, such as: Romare Bearden, Elizabeth Catlette, Tom Feelings, and Jacob Lawrence; as well as, artists of the 80's and 90's including, Keith Haring, and Jean Michel Basquiat.
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