Romare Bearden Exhibit at the MoAD
The Museum of the African Diaspora successfully opened From Process to Print: Graphic Works of Romare Bearden on Friday the 6th with an exclusive Patrons Reception followed by an event for members and the general public. eco.love Wines was there to support with delicious sustainable wines while guests mingled and enjoyed lively Jazz tunes by the Jazzschool in Berkeley.
Romare Bearden (1911–1988) was an accomplished African American artist and writer who worked with mixed media including cartoons, oils and collage. He is celebrated as a master collagist and artist of multifaceted talents. Bearden incorporated a montage of influences from American, African, Asian, and European art and culture and took inspiration from memories and experiences of the rural South, the urban North, and the Caribbean.
The stunning collection is on display until July 3rd and includes 84 lithographs, etchings, collagraphs, collagraph plates, screen prints, drypoints, monotypes, and engravings produced over three decades. We highly recommend you check it out!
Photo Credit: Rodger Allen