|NYHS Exhibit Illustrations
William Kieft, an early governor of New Amsterdam, granting a parcel of land to some of the slaves who had helped the colony fight Native Americans.
Digital (Illustrator, Photoshop).
Life-size. Style to match wire figure sculptures in the same gallery.
|Revolutionary War Soldiers -
1 Officer, 3 Infantrymen, and 1 Black loyalist representing the 20% of the British side made up of American blacks who had been promised their freedom if they fought against the rebels. They're looking at a map of fortifications along the hudson river.
Reproduced life-size. Original size 18x24"
|Portraits of 10 notable black citizens
Ink, Watercolor, Acrylic.
Reproduced life-size. Original size 6"x12" (1/6 scale)
(as Richard III)
& White Beaux"
Multimedia presentation documenting the emancipation parade of 1827.
Arcylic. Projected 26' wide on a curved screen by two digital projectors, with the crowd appearing in several layers / stages.
Full parade image