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"Vignettes on the Vineyard"
By Paul Goodnight
Esteemed artist, Paul Goodnight has created an awesome masterpiece to commemorate the Martha's Vineyard summer experience! Inspired by women of color who enjoy the opportunity to share a relaxing moment on the beach with girlfriends and a nice glass of wine, Vignettes on the Vineyard captures the essence of shared memories.
Original by Paul Goodnight
Vignettes on the Vineyard
Oil on Canvas Board
16.5" x 30"
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Art has been Paul Goodnight's saving grace in his recovery from his traumatic experience in Vietnam when he lost his ability to speak from seeing the horrors of war. Though some thought he had lost his mind, he knew he hadn't and began to communicate with his drawings of the horrors of war. With the regaining of his voice he enrolled in Vesper George School of Art and eventually earned a Bachelor's Degree from Massachusetts College of Art in 1976.
Goodnight has developed his own unique aesthetic philosophy to document the humanity of Black people around the world. He often incorporates African themes and symbols to provide depths of history and culture. He has traveled extensively, living among the people of Russia, China, Haiti, Nicaragua and Brazil. What he finds are the universal themes for his work seen through diverse cultural lenses.