All Eyez Focus on the Art of FLEU
On June 17th, Haitian-American Visual Artist JaFleu The Artist had his 7th solo art exhibition "All Eyez On FLEU" on the 3rd floor of the 1310 Gallery. An Exhibit that was a combination of past works on loan from collectors and brand new creations.
The vibrant hues combined with fantastic detailing and subjects of JaFleu's works drew art lovers in like moths to the flames.
"I had some of the most interesting conversations with people about their observations of my art. One of the constant things I heard, particularly from other black people is how happy and impactful it is to not only see that this art is focused on us but created by someone they can identify with."
"I watched this woman for what was like 10mins studying my painting. It was fascinating seeing someone get lost
Conversations about his constant depiction of the strength in women, fatherhood, as well as conversations of the struggle with police brutality and gang violence. The exhibition was JaFleu's soapbox and the brilliant colors screamed his thoughts to the world.
"I've dreamt of moments of like last night ever since I picked up a paint brush. It was such an honor to be
That Nigga with the Paintbrush
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The exhibition was an success. With multiple sales being able to be donated to the organization "Girls Call The Shots"
#AllEyezonFLEU" will be running until July 7th.