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MARIO ROBINSON, KESHA BRUCE & JULES ARTHUR on display at the African American Museum in Dallas

6 Dec

A HUGE congratulations to MFA artists MARIO ANDRES ROBINSON, KESHA BRUCE AND JULES ARTHUR!  Five pieces total will be on display at The African American Museum in Dallas, TX.

The works can be viewed in conjunction with the 24th Carroll Harris Simms Competition, beginning Friday, 12/9/11.

http://www.aamdallas.org

All museum displayed paintings are available for acquisition. Please contact MFA for details.

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American Art Collector Magazine’s 4 Page Coverage of ‘Stories that Breathe’

17 May

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American Art Collector Magazine May 2011

19 Apr

Morton Fine Art is pleased to share a national ad for our current exhibition “Stories that Breathe” featuring the work of artists Jules Arthur, Mario Andres Robinson, Kesha Bruce and Maya Freelon Asante.  It can be found on page 21 of the May 2011 edition of American Art Collector Magazine.

Save the date for “Stories that Breathe”. Show opens Friday, 8 April 2011!

23 Mar
Morton Fine Art (MFA) is pleased to present its third *a pop-up project. The exhibition titled Stories that Breathe, features African American figurative narrative artworks by nationally renowned contemporary artists Jules Arthur, Kesha Bruce, Mario Andres Robinson and Maya Freelon Asante. *a pop-up project will be on display from April 8th through May 4th 2011 at Morton Fine Art’s permanent gallery space located at 1781 Florida Ave NW (at 18th & U Sts), Washington, DC 20009. The opening reception will be held on Friday, April 8th from 6 pm – 8 pm.
Images can be previewed online at www.mortonfineart.com and www.apopupproject.com.  Gallery hours are Tues-Saturday 11am-6pm, Sunday 12pm-5pm.
Stories that Breathe is an artistic exploration of African American figurative narratives in a variety of mediums.  The exhibition features contemporary artwork brought alive through the sharing of intimate personal narratives and stories that reflect the greater collective African American experience.  MFA brings *a pop-up project home to the historic Striver’s Section of Adams Morgan, honoring the history of the U St corridor, long recognized as home to a host of African American creative visionaries including Duke Ellington, Madame Lillian Evanti (Lillian Evans Tibbs), Isaac Scott Hathaway and Addison Scurlock to name a few.