Judy Bowman is a mixed-media collage and fine art print artist who was born in 1952 and raised in Detroit, Michigan. Her art practice centers on exalting America’s Black culture that moves beyond institutional racism and disparaged perspectives of the Black experience. Considering herself a visual griot, she pays tribute to personal memories of her coming-of-age in Detroit’s Eastside and Black Bottom neighborhoods.
For their permanent collections Bowman’s work has recently been acquired by the Sarasota African American Cultural Coalition, Sarasota, Florida; Georgetown University Library, Washington DC; US Department of State, Art Bank Program, Washington, DC; Flint Institute of Arts, Flint, Michigan, and others, plus private collections across the United States.
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