Monday, April 26, 5-6 pm
Walter Lobyn Hamilton b. 1985, is a self-taught visual artist who creates representational collages through vinyl records and album covers. He is influenced by the Black Art Movement and the evolution of Black popular music which values creative self-expression and originality as a means to speak one’s mind in order to affirm and expand self knowledge and freedom personally, socially and professionally.
In recent years Lobyn’s work has been recognized in publications including the The New Yorker, Complex Magazine, The Chicago Tribune, ArtForm.com, Chicago Mag and the IRAAA. His work has been collected by many notable collectors and has shown at Scope Miami, Art Wynwood Miami, Indiana State Museum, Dusable Museum, Christel DeHaan Gallery University of Indiana, Patti and Rusty Rueff Gallery Purdue University, and all 6 seasons of Fox’s Empire.
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