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This mixed media drawing portrays a tender moment of embrace between Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King, two iconic figures of the Civil Rights Movement. The artist uses markers on watercolor paper to create a vibrant and colorful composition that showcases the couple’s love and strength. Martin’s face is visible, revealing his eyes, nose, mouth, and mustache. His hair is styled in a short cut, adding texture and volume to the drawing. He wears a black suit and a white shirt, reflecting his elegance and dignity. Coretta’s face is hidden, but her hair is styled in a bun, showcasing her grace and beauty. She wears a yellow dress with white flowers and a blue scarf, creating a contrast and balance with the black suit of Martin. The background is composed of blue leaves with intricate designs, creating a dynamic and playful atmosphere. The drawing conveys a sense of affection, resilience, and unity.


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

Martin and Coretta

  • 18x24 Inches


    Markers and Acrylic Paint on archival museum grade paper

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