moments you wished were captured on camera from a memory you want to relive all over again, I was there I saw it and this is the documentation of it.
It’s senior year and you are now faced with a hard decision of choosing between if you are graduating to study abroad and continue the years of you’re life wondering what could of been in college or working a 9-5 part time job asking…
“Public Display of Affection”
Marcus J. Booth
“Relationship Status” The idea that social media is controlling behaviors between lovers and turning them into the latest post or status to be shared all over the world instead of between one another in this generation amongst us from the teens “happily” in a committed relationship with each other single & ready to mingle or stuck in the middle of a complicated situation.
In this era we are becoming more and more wired to what we see on the screens in front of us instead of what’s actually in front of us, so take a moment to put down your cellphone turn off your television and don’t let the media brainwash you.
“Field of Freedom“
This is a place of sacred turmoil a location were my ancestors have been enslaved and lost their right to be their own person based upon the complexion of their skin, but what I am showing here is that I can take away that negative construct or belief that is derived from a time period In history where equality wasn’t seen as the humane thing to worship and reframe it with joy, laughter and the beauty of seeing all people treated as one with the same fabric of cotton they hold amongst them in this field of freedom.
de·fine me dəˈfīn/ verb 1. I’m not going to be constricted to what you believe of me through word of mouth. Will not be identified by false names, the color of my skin, whoever I believe made man on earth or woman. I am me and will be known through my art.
“Justice For Trayvon”
In a time where the world seems to be losing more and more people to police brutality we are tired of it and how it’s affecting the lives of everyone on this planet with a darker complexion who are scared to even go to the store now and buy a Arizona tea and a bag of skittles it shouldn’t be like this and WE WANT JUSTICE.
“Magritte’s The Lovers”
The Lovers, or Les Amants. Magritte painted these in the summer of 1928. Each painting depicts a couple, the title implies they are in love, only the couple has their faces obscured by white sheets. The paintings present to the observer a moment in time. In the moment the lovers appear to be tender and passionate, posing either cheek to cheek, embracing in a kiss or standing closely at each other’s side. It is rumored to believe the paintings were inspired by the suicide of Magritte’s mother, Regina Bertinchamp.
“The American Dream”
What is the end goal for you? What are you searching for out of this life and where exactly does you’re happiness reach its true potential once you’ve found all you’ve been looking for that question can be answered right here…
“Painting is Hard”
A rendition of how we really are the art that should be valued more than the actual canvas itself .