Bob Gumbs a Harlem born; Bronx raised African American visual artist has consistently created several art series, self published books, produced special events and designed commemorative coins highlighting African American history and culture since the 60’s. Having a successful exhibit at the Wilmer Jennings art gallery in the past made him a perfect candidate to warrant a solo exhibition with Barbara Russell Under Radar Art Series for Black History month.
You are cordially invited to bring your family and friends to attend
Bob Gumbs “Black is Beautiful” solo exhibition opening reception on Friday, February 19, 2016 from 5-7 PM at the Physical Therapy of Harlem lobby with the entrance on W. 116th street near the corner of 5th Ave because the time we spend together will be educational and uplifting. HTTP://FINEARTAMERICA.COM/PROFILES/BOB-GUMBS.HTML
Bob Gumbs black and white and color silhouette art series compliment his red, black, green civic pride. Come to hear him speak about past and present art projects that will elevate your mind for a better community tomorrow. The “Black is Beautiful” exhibition will run from February 19-March 18 and is free and open to public after the reception date Monday – Friday from 8-2PM. Don’t forget to sign in; your presence and artistic critiques matter.
Take the 2 or 3 trains to Lenox Ave walk towards 5th Ave. or take the 6 trains to E 116th St then take the 116th St. cross-town bus to 5th Ave. Look for the purple awning Physical Therapy of Harlem. This event is wheelchair accessible.