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Est. April 5, 2002
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A Fine Art Print created on Archival water color paper.

The Size: 8 X 8


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I lean on the writing’s of Maya Angelou for the quote for “We Too Belong.”

From the poem “Still I Rise

You may write me down in history with your bitter, twisted lies, you may trod me in the very dirt – but still, like dust, I’ll rise. “

-Maya Angelou

Since the early 1980's, the work of Margaret Warfield has
involved the creation of works on canvas and paper.
Initially her work reflected images reminiscent of her
childhood, i.e., landscapes of the hills of Tennessee. Her
chosen medium, at that time, was oil paints and
occasionally pastels. Over the years, however, she
switched to acrylic paints, enjoying the ease of covering a surface quickly with vibrant opaque colors. In the early
1990’s she began to paint scenes of African tribesmen and women. This was a result of many trips to book stores and libraries where she researched and studied facets of African culture. During this time she also re-discovered her love of cloth and her wish to create flowing fabrics, on the bodies of her images. Contact Ms. Warfield and BC.

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Executive Editor:
David A. Love, JD
Managing Editor:
Nancy Littlefield, MBA
Peter Gamble