Chocolate SOLD - Oil, 24 x 24 in., 2009, $350 (SOLD)
About The Artist
Artist Statement "African_American Diaspora is the term commonly used to describe the mass dispersion of peoples from Africa during the Transatlantic Slave Trades, from the 1500s to the 1800s. the Diaspora took millions of people from Western and Central Africa to different regions throughout the Americas and the Caribbean."I hope the celebrate my art through the vibes colors and expressions of joy and peace on canvas. To create artwork with a range of textures. i can show how the blending of techniques can radiate off the canvas with expressing how to celebrate love of African_american Diaspora.
Bio People are born with at least one gift and what you do with that gift should radiate the passionate inside of you. Jacci has a special inner gift of bringing thoughts, feelings, colors, and most of all love of life on to her canvas. Born on the Westside of Detroit,Michigan and then at the early age of five her family relocated to Washington, D.C. Jacci's love of colors and expressing her feelings on canvas started early as well, from canyons to pencil drawings, to water colors and then to acrylics/oils. By the time she was a teenager her family had moved to the Maryland area where her focus on art grow. After graduating High school she went on to enroll into Maryland College of Art and Design where she received her Associate Degree. Her artistic skills spanned into the field of hair styling and she acquired a Cosmetologist License but never abandoning her love for art. She went on the co-owning and managing salons when she lived in MD. Jacci decided to relocate to Atlanta, GA to launch her own company "JacciArt Studio llc" where she made her mark..attending numerous art events and even having a chance to apear on the "Monique Show" to present a portrait of the host to her. Jacci's has used vibrant colors, artistic imagination and background brings to the canvas the raw grit of urban life and through a Woman's eyes a true to life fine art vision.