More info: De’Ana Brownfield is an artist and educator that currently resides in Oakland, California. She utilizes natural material, dyes, and painting to inquire about healing and reconnecting with Afro-Indigenous traditional ways of being. Through the use of personal, collective narratives and mythology, she unearths stories that have been washed out in the framework of America—visualizing a Black future that honors ancestral ways of being, prioritizing revolution that is deeply rooted in healing collectively, and with the earth. She holds a B.A. degree from Mills College and is a Root Division fellow for the Black Artist Fellowship.
“Losa’ girl dreams” graphite & charcoal Price:$450
“Corn Goddess”, graphite, watercolor, cowrie shells, corn, black eyed peas, and wood $300
I am open for commissions, please feel out the inquiry form.