Artist: Nathan Conner
Medium: Acrylic on Marble Paper Dimensions: 19” W x 22” H Price: $2,000
Musicality and Rhythm are integral aspects of the African communal cultures. Craftsmanship is viewed in the context of creativity and utilitarianism. The functions daily life is blended with the aesthetics of African music and dance as ritual and routine. Thus, tasks incorporate rhythms, movements sounds and song as. In America, Jazz music evolved in the 1920’s and became an integral form of expression in African American communities during rent parties, dance halls, forms of recreation, and daily rituals.