Judy Bowman

Medium: Collage

This piece is number lll of an on going series. It too represents memories of the men in my family. It shows the love of the arts, music, and a certain swag that the men in my family have. This too is how I see the men in the Black community, strong, resilient, confident and stylish.

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  • Maia CROWN Williams September 13, 2019 at 4:12 pm

    BEST OF LUCK IN ALL OF THE THINGS!!
    – Crown

  • Charming and unique!

  • Beautiful!

    Looks a lot like my first major teacher in the sixties, in New York City, Bill Dixon.

    Though I went to him for trumpet lessons, expanded to composition and performance skills, he truly gave me life-skills before the term “life-coach” became a thing and a gig.

    Additionally, as I mentioned in a comment under the picture, it reminds me of the moments between practicing deep and often hypnotic long tones (pedal tones, down in tuba-range on the trumpet/cornet) where we can hear and experience lots of peace, possibilities and journeys which, when transformed to playing and writing, can create hope, healing and resilience in the world, along with the expressions of urban artists of integrity, such as yourself.

  • Charilyn Hackney Goolsby October 12, 2019 at 7:25 pm

    I am sure this is Red! Just a beautiful piece.