A huge thank you to my greatest patron!
Kudos to The Durham VOICE for spotlighting The Hayti Heritage Center’s Black History Artists’ Perspectives Exhibition. The article helps to tell the story about the value of art in our community. Curator, Willie Bigelow, a Durham resident and artist and Angela Lee designed this exhibition to pay tribute to Black History Month.
Featured Artists include Willie Bigelow, Wade Williams and Clarence Heyward. I am thankful to be featured again this year. I am from the neighborhood and feel that it is my duty. I’ll be featuring my newest piece titled “A Quiet Moment”.
Yes, this is what I do… to help spread joy to the world! So, I join in the the efforts to encourage each of you to come together with the African American artists and honor the black experience: “Immerse Yourself in the Fifth Annual Black History: Artists’ Perspective Exhibition“.
Check out the full article here.
A Quiet Moment is complete… and is now available for sale!
A QUIET MOMENT by Wade H. Williams, Artist-at-Large
The final product – A Quiet Moment
Yep… I’m moving right along… can you see the changes?
A Quiet Moment is complete… and is now for sale! Here is the final product.
Title: A Quiet Moment | Medium: Oil on Canvas | Dimensions: 2′ x 3’4″ | Price: $6,500.00
Here is the latest of A Quiet Moment… yes… making progress!