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Projects
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Here you will find updates on my current, creative mischief including exhibits, workshops, presentations, and art projects

I am pleased and honored to announce that my painting Spiral Greens, currently featured on the lindadallas4art homepage, has been acquired by the City of Raleigh for the Municipal Art Collections.

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Workshop - Botanical Patterns in Watercolor

On Saturday June 22, I am teaching a watercolor workshop at the NC Botanical Gardens in Chapel Hill, NC. If you are interested in plants, patterns or watercolor, this workshop is for you. Use the link to learn more and register for the workshop.

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Black Oak Society Magazine -Volume 6

Check out the latest issue of Black Oak Society (BOS) Magazine. My work is featured along with artwork by Ja'Darrin Pettiford, Saint Augustine's University Visual Arts Senior. 

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Alice Street Screening and Panel Discussion

On Saturday October 29, 2022 at 2:00 pm, I will be participating in a panel discussion on public art at the North Carolina Museum of Art. The discussion will follow the screening of the documentary Alice Street. Use the link below to register for the free event.

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2022 Raleigh Medal of Arts

I am very honored to be among the 2022 Raleigh Medal of Arts awardees. I’m looking forward to the award ceremony scheduled for October 20, 2022.

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Give Black Raleigh Her Flowers

I am delighted to be pictured in the Black Oak Society's exhibition Give Black Raleigh Her Flowers curated by Courtney Napier. The exhibit is on display through June 25 at Anchorlight Raleigh. I am honored to have my portrait on the wall along-side these wonderful women who make the world turn.

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Public Art Public Memory

On February 5, I was pleased to moderate this discussion with distinguished panelists living and working in the College Park area. I hope their insights inspire the artists working on the New Bern Avenue BRT Public Art Project. If you missed the conversation, a recording is posted on the Raleigh Arts Facebook page.

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