Eartha Mae Kitt

Hey y'all!! So today I'd like to celebrate Miss Eartha Mae Kitt! Not only is she the original singer of Santa Baby but she's the 1st black Catwoman! Oh, and we can not forget how she seduced Eddie Murphy as Lady Eloise in the 90's Classic Boomerang! She was a brilliant actress & an amazing … Continue reading Eartha Mae Kitt


Margaret Garner-Resilient

My original blog on Margaret Garner…

18″ x 24″ / acrylic & oil on canvas/ 07/2017 / Krystal Mobley “I think slavery is the next thing to hell. If a person would send another into bondage, he would, it appears to me, be bad enough to send him into hell if he could.” Harriet Tubman

This is the story of a woman who fought to escape the hellishly inhumane institution of slavery so that her family could experience freedom.

Resilience, as it relates to objects, is defined as the ability to recoil or spring back into shape after bending, stretching, or being compressed. Resilience, as it relates to a person or animal, is defined as being able to withstand or recover quickly from difficult conditions.

Margaret Garner personifies resilience. Born into slavery June 4, 1834(pre-civil war) on the Maplewood plantation in Boone County, Kentucky, Margaret entered the world treated as not only an object but an…

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Meeting Rembrandt at The Getty

This photo's a bit off focus.... ok lets be honest its blurry! It was my 1st time @thegetty & my 1st time meeting Rembrandt(personification of his paintings). The museum has an air tight security system in place & patrons can't get too close to the art. Sneaking this photo in was definitely worth possibly getting … Continue reading Meeting Rembrandt at The Getty

Pinkalicious Tote Sale!

13.5" x 13.5" x 3.5" acrylic on tote Price includes shipping and tax. These totes make great gifts! There are only 10 available so order yours today! Just click here to order.