Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Drawings of Todd Hobson by Unicia Buster

These are three drawings I did recently using graphite (forgive the camera phone shot). They are of the same person, Ajani Sekou, a musician and natural hair stylist originally from Richmond, Virginia, now residing in Atlanta, Georgia. I surprised myself by drawing these because I did them in the span of two days. Not a big deal to most, but, for me, I stopped drawing over a decade ago. I was truly inspired after hanging out with this individual and, hopefully, the feeling will continue and I will create more things once again.

Facepainting and Two Small Wall Hangings

I made up a friend's face, Shanaye, for Halloween. A co-worker took this picture. I did hers better than I did my own face.

"Freedom with Constraints" and "Windy" by Unicia Buster
I haven't posted in a while. But I haven't done much art in a while either. But there a few things. I am currently exhibiting some of my wall hangings and photographs at Elegba Folklore Society on the corner of 1st and Broad streets in downtown Richmond. The show will be up until January 31st. Here are two new wall hangings I did for the show.