Current Exhibit -Portraits of Lehna Huie
Lehna Huie, Mothership, 2011
Opening Reception: May 22, 2014 6pm - 8pm
May 22nd – July 13th, 2014
Lehna Huie is a multi-disciplinary fine artist, arts educator and cultural worker. With a continued practice in studio arts, Huie is also committed to the fusion of arts and social change. Her practice in arts education, curatorial arts and cultural organizing has inspired her to focus on meaningful, collaborative projects throughout the years. Through being a teaching artist to students of all ages, as well as curating socially conscious art exhibitions through methods of grassroots organizing, Huie has maintained an interest in recording life and memory through expression. Her belief in the power of “multi-vocal” art gives voice to the embodiment of culture: critique, celebration, and transformation. Huie’s sources are drawn from the rhythms and movements of higher realms of consciousness, the African Diaspora, New York City life, and the essence of life in her ancestral homelands of the Caribbean and Africa. As a graduate of the School of Visual Arts (BFA’10) with a specialization in Painting and Studio Arts, Huie continues to expand her practice as a curator, cultural organizer, and educator dedicated to collaborative work and collective sharing.
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Clover’s Fine Art Gallery is particularly committed to promoting the art and artists of the Caribbean diaspora.
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