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Dorsey, Najee, (Field Worker)



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"Field worker" by Najee Dorsey

7 x 6 inches linoleum cut on paper, edition of 12/15 (2007) -- framed 

This is the last of the edition count.

Najee Dorsey is a self-taught artist from Arkansas. His roots have infused his work with a sense of identity and personal meaning. In the past several years, Dorsey has been featured at the Charles H. Wright Museum in Detroit, the African American Museum in Dallas and the Marietta Museum of Art in Florida.

In addition to a well-established fine-arts career, Dorsey founded Black Art in America, a leading virtual network and resource for the black visual-arts community. BAIA provides commentary, news, gallery roundups, collector information, and artist profiles. With more than a quarter-million visitors to the BAIA website each year, Dorsey's vision to create more exposure for artists of color is being realized. 


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