Monday's Feature: Marcus Kwame Anderson


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Meet Marcus Kwame Anderson.

 
 
 
 

AE:  Who are you?   
MA:  My name is Marcus Kwame Anderson. I'm a teacher and artist who lives in New York's capital region.
AE:  What is it that you do/make? 
MA:  I make paintings, drawings and comics. I work in many media, but most frequently I work in acrylic, watercolor and india ink.
AE:  How did you get started/What is the motivation behind your work?  
MA:  I started making art at a very young age. I was always drawn to colors. To this day I use a lot of color in my art. I love using it to convey moods and ideas. I had some very supportive art teachers when I was growing up. I took in everything that they taught me and did a lot of artwork on my own at home, in homeroom, classes, wherever. My art is often made with the intention of making people think. I try to say something through my art. I believe the arts can be a powerful vehicle for change.
AE:  Where can we find your work? 
MA:  You can stay updated on where my work will be on my website. I sell my work at art fairs from time to time. I also show in various galleries and cafes. And of course you can find my work online and in my etsy store.
AE:  What is your website/contact information? 
MA:  
My website: www.marcuskwame.com
My e-mail: marcuskwame777@yahoo.com
My blog: www.marcuskwameblog.com
My store: www.etsy.com/shop/marcuskwame
Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Marcus-Kwame-Andersons-Art/42064894097
Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/marcuskwame
Tumblr: www.marcuskwame.tumblr.com/

Please give Marcus your support by visiting any of his sites. You won't be disappointed.  :-)

Peace & Love,





2 comments:

  1. Amazing diverse artwork! I love his Marcus' style! The giraffe put a smile on my face with the unexpected knit hat and scarf. Happy new year!

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  2. Very powerful statements in the last two. The site shows him painting on a very large-scale, heroic painting sized surface. But these feel like they are very personal. Intriguing!

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