Sisters at the Cotton-Club, 15″ x 23.5″


This is the original painting executed in acrylic paint medium on canvas board



This project was the second painting as a series, in which the cotton club had to keep up with the demographics of the Harlem community, which religion played a more important role in black people lives, so the cotton club had a gospel night where gospel Baptists songs were sung by local very talented church members.

This marketing avenue started about in the 2005 year, tourists from Japan, France and other parts of the world came to hear gospel song by blacks.

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