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This mixed media drawing celebrates the beauty and culture of an African woman, holding a basket of fresh fruits. The artist uses markers on watercolor paper to create a vibrant and colorful composition that showcases the subject’s grace and style. The woman’s face is visible, revealing her eyes, nose, mouth, and earrings. Her hair is styled in a curly afro, adding texture and volume to the drawing. She wears a traditional African dress that is adorned with various patterns, such as flowers, dots, and geometric shapes, reflecting her rich cultural heritage. The background is composed of deep purple hues embellished with darker floral designs, creating a contrast and balance with the bright colors of the foreground. The drawing conveys a sense of joy, pride, and self-acceptance.


Domonique Brown is a contemporary pop artist from Pomona, California. She uses vibrant colors and bold strokes to create illustrations that celebrate diversity and empowerment. Her work has been featured in Forbes, LA Times, and Target, among others. She is also the founder of DomoINK, an art and decor brand that promotes inclusivity and positivity

Blacker the Berry

  • 18x24 Inches


    Markers and Acrylic Paint on archival museum grade paper

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