Community Artists' Collective presents "A Musical Tribute" opening reception
Visual artist and creative consultant Mack Bishop’s newest exhibition celebrates Black Music Month with paintings of the iconic musical figures who opened America’s doors for all creatives of color. For the last two years, Bishop has taken a departure from his core thesis work to explore new mediums and themes. As the experimental phase continued, musical narratives began to develop. Bishop’s works are known for his use of found objects and shattered glass incorporations while using emotive spiritual motifs to strengthen his narrative.
“A Musical Tribute,” featuring portraits of Aretha Franklin, Beyonce, Whitney Houston and Nipsey Hustle, is curated by Dominic R. Clay. Following the opening reception, the exhibit will be on display until June 29.