Rye Art Center Spotlights Artists of Color in a Special Exhibit

These local artists will add a little extra curation to your home office with their stunning works of visual art.

Decorate your home or office with any one of these incredible works by acclaimed local artists of color from the Rye Art Center’s recent exhibition, Black Artists in the Spotlight.

Kicki Storm, curator of the Rye Art Center’s Black Artists in the Spotlight: Currents of Creativity, hopes work by artists of color can provide bold new viewpoints for observers. “By looking at this art, the viewer might understand a different perspective of America than what they are used to,” says Storm. “I think art opens up a viewer’s mind to possibly accepting, or at least considering, another person’s perspective.” The below collection of eye-catching works, all for sale as of press time, would inject both beauty and culture into any office or living space.

Sandra White painting of a woman

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Sandra White
Afro Lady

Acrylic on canvas
24 × 18 inches
Price upon request

Alvin Clayton Three Girl Friends

Alvin Clayton
Three Girl Friends

Oil on canvas
30 × 40 inches

Martryce Roach Chicago

Martryce Roach

Pastel on paper
42 × 36 inches

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A woman in hues of pink painting

Jeremy J. Turpin

Acrylic on canvas
36 × 48 inches

A colorful painting

Anthony Boone

Acrylic, mixed media, and organic material on hand-stretched canvas
52 × 40 inches

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