VIDEO: Artist Robert Freeman Speaks with Shannon Mokoro of African Community Center of Lowell

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Ashanti Gold and Pan Africa are two of artist Robert Freeman’s vibrant paintings now up for sale. Freeman is donating half the proceeds from the sale of the paintings to help the African Community Center of Lowell raise money.

A nationally renowned artist, Freeman who often depicts African Americans living their daily lives, has been displaying his works in galleries and museums for 20 years. His paintings have been displayed at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston among many other locations. Two of his works are on display now at the MFA through June 20, 2021. The paintings are hanging in the Rotunda as part of the “Black Histories, Black Futures,” exhibit.

Ashanti Gold is valued at $35,000 and Pan Africa is valued at $21,000, according to Susanne Curry, ACCL Board member.

Conducting the interview is Dr. Shannon Mokoro, ACCL treasurer and vice chair.

Credit: The African Community Center of Lowell in partnership with artist, Robert Freeman.

 

 

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