La Paz Tel
La Paz Tela is a mixed-media work that was inspired by fabric markets around the world!
Join me on Saturday, June 4, from 11 AM - 5 PM for the 2016 edition of Celebrate Petworth--800 block of Upshur St., NW!
First Sunday Arts Festival
The Black King is Here!
Stop by my red tent on Sunday, June 5, from 11 AM - 5 PM, at this fun festival in Annapolis, Maryland. My booth will be in City Gate Park on the corner of Calvert and West Streets.
In the event of rain, the event will be canceled.
The Black King is available in hard cover and paperback editions.
Originally written in Catalan by Ponc Pons of Minorca, Spain, The Black King, was the inspiration for this painting. King Balthazar must travel far to join the other Magi in their search for the Christ Child. Following the guiding star with his servant Said, he encounters hostile villagers and performs miracles along the way. The Black King is a timeless tale of faith and charity in the face of intolerance and suffering. In his dedication, Mr. Pons writes, "With good will and forgiveness, every day will be Christmas." The Black King was translated into English by Clyde Moneyhun and illustrated by Cynthia Farrell Johnson.
The book is available via Amazon.