T. Ellis Featured at the Harlem Fine Arts Show in Harlem, NY

Famous African-American Artist T. Ellis Paints the History of Harlem

Friendswood, TX, January 03, 2016 --(PR.com)-- T. Ellis, one of several famous African-American Artists will be exhibiting and selling their original art during the Harlem Fine Art Show at the Riverside Church, February 4-7, 2016 in Harlem, New York. This is the premiere Fine Art Show that features living contemporary art masters. Over 80 national and international artists from around the country and the world will be showcasing original paintings, sculptures, tapestries, and art collectibles. T. Ellis will have a several originals about the history of Harlem for sale.

For the past 30 years, T. Ellis has followed many of his predecessors, such as, Jacob Lawrence, Elizabeth Catlett, Samella Lewis, Romare Bearden and many other notable historical Black artists that dedicated themselves in chronicling the Black experience on canvas.

Recently, T. Ellis was commissioned by the City of Selma for the 50th anniversary of the March from Selma to Montgomery, in July of 2015, T. Ellis was recognized by the City and County of Galveston, TX as the official artist and ambassador for the 150th anniversary and was featured at the U.S.Senate Russell Rotunda in Washington, D.C. In November 2015 for the 150th anniversary of the ratification of the 13th Amendment, T. Ellis art was featured in the Rayburn building of the U.S. House of Representatives.

The art of T. Ellis is historically important and that makes his art extremely desired by collectors and museums. His works are currently in the collection of the DuSable museum, the Charles Right museum, McKenna Museum and Free People of Color Museum. T. Ellis continues to trail-blaze and leave an indelible mark documenting African-American culture and lifestyle that is part of American History. Learn more about T. Ellis at www.tellisfineart.com.
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