Elliott, Claude L.
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Photo of Gail Shaw-Clemons at work in an art studio.
Preston Sampson, African American artist, reflects on the influence of his family, teachers, and University of Maryland in developing him as an artist. He describes the opportunities afforded him through the mentoring of other African American artists, exhibitions in private homes, local galleries, art councils, and D.C. Department of General Services.
Percy Martin, African American printmaker and art educator, reflects on his experiences living in southwest and northwest Washington, D.C. His early interest in art was nurtured by art classes in D.C. public schools. He graduated from Corcoran School of Art and Design, taught art in public and private schools, community programs, and universities. He established the WD Printmaking Workshop, facilitating the opportunity for local African American artists to explore printmaking.