African in America

Baltimore, MD • Ernest Shaw

I always want to create art where people of color can find their humanity somewhere in the imagery. That’s at the forefront of most of my creations so that’s one of the main purposes of this wall.

Ernest Shaw

A colorful mural of sunflowers overlaid on a dark blue-violet background with musical notes.
A dark-skinned Black man holding a palette and siting in a chair looking at the viewer.
A group of people visiting an outdoor area near a clinic.

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