Saturday, March 21, 2020

Online Gallery

Online Gallery

Now is the time for Artists and great minds to meditate and create.
Check out my Facebook timeline for some inspirations.
BOTTOMLINE; Retired and Loving it.
(All Praises to the Creator.)

Sunday, March 15, 2020

Art N Process

Also a Photo Journal of President Barack Obama March To The White House: 2004 to 2008

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Sunday, February 9, 2020

This might not be relevant but it is: BLACK HISTORY MONTH 2020 It’ll probably BORE a few viewers this BHM but it is, what it is... It’ll also surprise many that some African-Americans career-soldiers that survived WW-2 went on to fight in the Korean war, 1950/51 and Vietnam. ALSO Cuba and as Freedom fighters in Africa. >>> Sure there were days when we might’ve regretted some decisions, but we dealt it. Our reasons can only be knowns by those who survived it. HOWEVER; Quiet as its may be kept, there’s a feeling of exhilaration when you’ve ceased your objective,,, which vanish the moment look back on the path you’ve covered to achieve your objective and witness the dead, dying and wounded. Sometimes it’s enough to break a soldier down, but you don’t you promise to make your enemies pay or send as many of them ahead before you go… Wars are Hell and nothing like those made in Hollywood. OUR HIS/STORIES for the most part will be some of America’s best kept secrets; or just ignored. *********** See details in my Online Art-Galleries: Also amazon:>>

Saturday, December 28, 2019


REMINISCING.. ( one of my favorites:)

 "Eartha Kitts’s Last Note.”
20' x 24 ½”
mixed medium on poster-board: (AVAILABLE)
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Monday, November 18, 2019

Live: Ambassador Liu Xiaoming addresses Hong Kong issues中国驻英大使刘晓明就香港问题举行...

Hong Kong-as it was in 2017: 

When visited by 5 African-American tourist, (comprised of 4 educators &  their photographer)   Enjoy it, it may never be seen  as it was during their visit. Even though it was during Typhoon Hata, they still enjoyed their visit.  


 E-Books & Paperback:
( Picture book consist of 100+pages)

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Thursday, November 7, 2019

I Have a Dream speech by Martin Luther King .Jr HD (subtitled) (Remastered)

REMINISCING the 1960's:

DURING THE CULTURAL REVOLUTION of the early 1960’s I became disillusioned with the social and political situation in America and decided to relocate to Africa, and in 1965 I left for Ghana with less than $300 in my pocket and a return ticket, which I later cashed in.

After being adopted by an Ashanti-Paramount Chief, Nana kwaku Duah (1966) and given the name “Kojo Acheampong.” I spent the next eleven (11) years living in Ghana, often traveling to Togo and the Ivory Coast to market my jewelry. I earned a living by learning and making jewelry using traditional designs which I carved from cow-horns and ivory and fully immersing myself in the culture. 

On my return to the United States in 1976, I was able to contribute to the growing interest in African art and culture. 
I have publishes  several books.. It was a BORN AGAIN EXPERIENCE.

Wednesday, November 6, 2019

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