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                             NOELLE LORRAINE WILLIAMS

Noelle Lorraine Williams is an artist whose life's work exemplifies her continued interest in engaging people in conversations using art, history and contemporary culture, as well as writing about the ongoing spiritual crisis in the United States.

Work in progress, 2017 Harriet Tubman portal.

Korryn Gaines' 2016 (beaded mask of a self-portrait from Instagram) 15 inches x 10 inches and her photo of her murderer Royce Ruby Jr. (see Baltimore Sun article).

Glass beads using traditional African and American indigenous bead weaving techniques to explore our contemporary mythologies.

“The Black Women’s Fairy Tale Museum – Genocidal Music Mixtape,” is a mixed-media venture that combines handmade bead masks, video, text and sound.  Utilizing the stories of women artists, I invite others to explore the meaning of our lives through symbols."