The Child Factor
An International Art Exhibition
(February15 through October 31, 2021)
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Jimise Winston was born in Washington D.C. She is a graduate of Norfolk State University's school of Fine Arts where she received her B.A. in Fine Arts. She began her career as an art educator in 2000 and currently works for Friendship Public Charter School in Washington D.C. Jimise enjoys the art of instruction and facilitating the creativity of her students in the classroom. In 2010, Jimise was honored with the "Teacher of the Year" award at Woodridge Campus for demonstrating excellence in the field of the arts and making it an important part of the educational community.
Jimise has mastered techniques such as painting with acrylics. Her passion for the African & African American culture is reflected in many of her creative work themes which is infused with rich texture, beautiful textile and vibrant patterns.
Jimise is the proud mother of a beautiful, nine year old daughter, Mia Elizabeth Jones. Albeit a mother and an educator, she continues to carve out time to create independent artwork for clients, exhibits as well as share her talents at festivals throughout the Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia areas.
I have always questioned the so-called" Liberty and Justice for All "phrase that is popular in American culture. The phrase is supposed to represent the idea that each citizen is equal no matter their race, gender, sexual orientation, or beliefs. Our America continues to show that "Libert and Justice for All' is a LIE. Will our precious youth ever experience Liberty and Justice for All - EQUALITY?
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Portions of the proceeds will go to the Precious Gems charity.
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Artists United For Positive Change
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