The Art of Ernie Barnes
- 12 Month Calendar
- Wall Calendar
- 12x12 inches
- African American Art
- Features Black Historical Facts on the Calendar
At long last, the work of Master artist Ernie Barnes is available in a calendar for your enjoyment every month. His artwork is known for its unique style of elongation and movement that was filled with attitude and expression. His subjects typically have closed eyes, another signature of Ernie Barnes' artwork. Barnes, came a long way from his past as a NFL football player and truly made the transition from pads to art pallete. Enjoy the artwork of this celebrated and acclaimed artist from Durham, NC.
Each African American wall calendar measures 12x12 inches (closed) and 12x24 inches (open). Every month shines a sermonic spotlight on a different biblical scripture. The days of the calendar feature important Black historical facts that took place on that date. Enjoy this 2020 12-month wall calendar by Ernie Barnes!
Ernie BarnesErnest “Ernie” Eugene Barnes, Jr. (July 15, 1938 – April 27, 2009) was an African-American painter, well known for his unique style of elongation and movement. He was also a professional football player, actor and author. Ernie Barnes' involvement with art began at an early age, like most gifted adult artists. However, when he reached high school his creative endeavors were temporarily detoured in his determination to become a successful athlete. In part this was a response to the demands of peer pressure which can be so strong at that age. He graduated from his high school a hero and star football player, and with 26 full athletic scholarships to choose from. He chose North Carolina Central University and a major in art. After college he continued in an illustrious professional athletic career, but never let his love for football overshadow his love for art. Football gave him an enormous satisfaction of achievement, of being able to do something extremely difficult, and do it well. Art, however, allowed him the privilege to interpret for the public his concepts of the relationship between art and life.
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