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Aqui-Brooks, Gwendolyn, (The Flower Girl)

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"The Flower Girl" by Gwendolyn Aqui-Brooks

24 x 30 inches mixed media on canvas -- unframed


Gwendolyn Aqui-Brooks is an artist based in Florida, specializing in mixed-media artwork that includes art quilts, soft sculpture dolls, paintings, and works on paper. She says of her art, "Art is my life! I feel alive when I'm creating, whether it be an art quilt, painting, or doll."

Aqui-Brooks received her bachelor of fine arts in art education from Howard University and her master of arts in education from Trinity College.  Much of Aqui-Brooks's inspiration comes from traveling to colorful places like Brazil, Turkey, Greece, Italy, West Africa, and the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago. Her love for textiles began more than twenty years ago while she was living in Gambia. There she discovered the richness of her ancestral spirits through the vivid colors and textures of local fabrics.

Aqui-Brooks's quilts are vibrantly multihued, hand-sewn hybrids of patchwork, geometric abstraction, and narrative themes. She prefers to work without the use of sketches, but rather to begin her creative journey with a circle. Representations of figures, faces, plant forms, and symbols are merged in the quilts to produce dazzling compositions.

 



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