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Figurative Painter Wayne Manns

Figurative painter Wayne Manns uses a Brazilian-influenced palette of bold colors to depict jazz musicians and the black experience. He has had numerous group and solo shows throughout the U.S., Europe, and South America; and his work is represented in numerous private and public collections, including IU’s Neal-Marshall Black Culture Center.

As a curator, he has overseen exhibits at the Kinsey Institute and the Mathers Museum; and in San Francisco he worked with at-risk youth to create a mural of Rosa Parks that won a Best New Mural Award of 1997.

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