Monday, April 1, 2013

Frank Frazier Sr. and Garbo Hearne. Photo credit Roger Robinson

Frank has a show up currently at Hearne fine art. During his path as an artist, many of Frank Frazier's works have been interpretations of and responses to the Civil Rights movement. Mr. Frazier feels it's important that the visual arts serve as a vehicle to preserve the struggle for our children, ourselves and the future. Artistic expression is Frazier's contribution to the remembrance of the strength and tenacity of the race. Works like The Little Rock Nine, The Sit In, and The Million Man March are all a part of his latest series which is done with shoe polish and a mixture of ink.

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