Reminiscent of her family trips throughout the southwest, this interpretive rendition of Kokopelli, a fertility deity, usually depicted as a humpbacked flute player venerated by some Native American cultures, captures the imagination. The 10x20 acrylic on canvas provides a vibrant red background with a geometric shape filled-in with circular intersecting lines.This is a one-of-a-kind original.
More About the Artist
Delgreta's artwork expresses universal themes of love, hope, music, prosperity, exploration / navigation, technology and spirituality. These themes are influenced by her perspectives on being a woman of the African Diaspora.Delgreta served as Youth Artist for the Sacramento County Children and Families Commission (1999-2000). She is a self-taught artist who completed her Bachelor of Science degree at Xavier University of Louisiana in 2005. Since 2008, the Contemporary and Afrofuturism Visual Artist has exhibited her artwork with Northern California and Bay Area galleries, art institutions and a few museums. She is a grant recipient of the Center for Cultural Innovation. Currently, she is a recipient of the 'Sower' Grant" from the Black Artists Fund (BAF).