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Drawing inspiration from both historical and modern urban landscapes, as well as local and global affairs, Garry Grant's artwork is driven by concepts rather than a linear narrative. In the tradition of artistic influences like Jack Whitten, Sam Gilliam, Mark Rothko, Norman Lewis, and Al Loving,
Grant showcases his prowess as a colorist and demonstrates his inventive spirit through experimentation with new materials, textures, and methodologies. Distinctly contemporary and dynamic to behold, Garry Grant's body of work serves as a powerful testament to his deep connection with his African ancestry and the lived experience of a Black man in twenty-first-century America.

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