On Digital Art and Africa: Manzel Bowman

"The reoccurring theme of African people is found in my artwork to paint a narrative that is seldom seen in American culture. I feel that it is my personal duty to create these pieces to fill a void in our culture. I want to remind people of African descent that we have our own religion, beliefs, and deities that have been removed from us over the span of history. African traditions are rich in color and creativity, and I simply want to capture a piece of it in each piece.”

‐ Manzel Bowman

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"Beacon II" || #artxman

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Home-World || #artxman

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"Outlander II" || #artxman

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