The artist study of a Jazz Bass Player has been featured in numerous newspaper articles written about the painter for over 15 years. His iconic jazz image was created in North Carolina, where he lived and dominated the downtown art scene compelling visitors of every walk of life from homemakers to corporate executives as well as the press. The Bass Player among several other of the painter’s works were exhibited at The Greenville Museum of Art in North Carolina.
As a member of the African-American Atelier he was named Festival Artist of 2006 and The Bass Player image was chosen as his poster image.
The artist journey in the art of jazz began at Washington, DC’s Takoma Station Tavern a local jazz club in which he painted famous jazz musicians in mural form as well as local musicians as they played live in front of him.
The Bass Player Print is 16″ x 20″.
Printed on Heavyweight Art Paper.