This March, Seeds of the League has the pleasure of introducing six new stories by alumni and students who share narratives of their artistry and experiences at the League. These stories not only emphasize the joy and excitement of students beginning their journey as young artists’ attending the Leagues’ studio classes, but also highlights their perseverance, diligence, progress, and inspirations.
Additionally, in honor of Women’s History Month we are featuring, Amberrose Venus-Gordon who captures the innocence of our youth through her sentimental paintings of children and Elisha Lopez’s digital art works that introduce the beauty of motherhood inspired by her daughter. As always it brings Seeds much pleasure sharing these stories and we hope you enjoy and return next month for the April Newsletter!
…it was Caravaggio who, with his wild biography and religious journey to redemption, really showed me real substance in a painting for the first time. I don’t think I’ll ever stop learning from him, and that is what is most important and influential about Caravaggio, timelessness…
Amberrose’s interest in working with children and her sensitivity to them is apparent in the way she records moments in their young lives. Amberrose’s profound love of capturing one’s youthfulness seeps into her carefully felt works. It focuses heavily on iconic symbols that are indicative of one’s childhood…
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