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Checkmate by Everett Spruill
 

Checkmate by Everett Spruill

Tale of Two Chiwara's by Everett Spruill
 

Tale of Two Chiwara's by Everett Spruill

Masked Media by Everett Spruill
 

Masked Media by Everett Spruill

Three Leopards by Everett Spruill
 

Three Leopards by Everett Spruill

Freedom of Speech - Omega by Everett Spruill
 

Freedom of Speech - Omega by Everett Spruill

Still Life with Aduno Koro and Kuba Cup by Everett Spruill
 

Still Life with Aduno Koro and Kuba Cup by Everett Spruill

Embrace - #2 by Everett Spruill
 

Embrace - #2 by Everett Spruill

Still Life - Floral Bouquet by Everett Spruill
 

Still Life - Floral Bouquet by Everett Spruill

Still LIfe with Fruit and Wine #304 by Everett Spruill
 

Still LIfe with Fruit and Wine #304 by Everett Spruill

Cultural Remnant - R by Everett Spruill
 

Cultural Remnant - R by Everett Spruill

Cultural Remnant - Q by Everett Spruill
 

Cultural Remnant - Q by Everett Spruill

Cultural Remnant - P by Everett Spruill
 

Cultural Remnant - P by Everett Spruill

Cultural Remnant - O by Everett Spruill
 

Cultural Remnant - O by Everett Spruill

Cultural Remnant - I by Everett Spruill
 

Cultural Remnant - I by Everett Spruill

Eiffel Tower 2 by Everett Spruill
 

Eiffel Tower 2 by Everett Spruill

Eiffel Tower with blossoms by Everett Spruill
 

Eiffel Tower with blossoms by Everett Spruill

Cultural Remnant - N by Everett Spruill
 

Cultural Remnant - N by Everett Spruill

Cultural Remnant - M by Everett Spruill
 

Cultural Remnant - M by Everett Spruill

Cultural Remnants - L by Everett Spruill
 

Cultural Remnants - L by Everett Spruill

Cultural Remnant  K by Everett Spruill
 

Cultural Remnant K by Everett Spruill

Cultural Remnant - J by Everett Spruill
 

Cultural Remnant - J by Everett Spruill

King and Queen Sculpture by Everett Spruill
 

King and Queen Sculpture by Everett Spruill

Dan Mask by Everett Spruill
 

Dan Mask by Everett Spruill

Dogon Ceremonial Box by Everett Spruill
 

Dogon Ceremonial Box by Everett Spruill

The Road Less Traveled by Everett Spruill
 

The Road Less Traveled by Everett Spruill

Still Life with Orchids and  African Artifacts by Everett Spruill
 

Still Life with Orchids and African Artifacts by Everett Spruill

Tranquility Garden by Everett Spruill
 

Tranquility Garden by Everett Spruill

Customized Art by Everett Spruill
 

Customized Art by Everett Spruill

Strange Angels by Everett Spruill
 

Strange Angels by Everett Spruill

Blue Bamboo Center Poster by Everett Spruill
 

Blue Bamboo Center Poster by Everett Spruill

Silverback Gorilla by Everett Spruill
 

Silverback Gorilla by Everett Spruill

Art Collectors by Everett Spruill
 

Art Collectors by Everett Spruill

A Night at Birdland by Everett Spruill
 

A Night at Birdland by Everett Spruill

The Notorious B.I.G.- Christopher Wallace by Everett Spruill
 

The Notorious B.I.G.- Christopher Wallace by Everett Spruill

Cultural Remnant - H by Everett Spruill
 

Cultural Remnant - H by Everett Spruill

Cultural Remnant - F by Everett Spruill
 

Cultural Remnant - F by Everett Spruill

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About Everett Spruill

Everett Spruill was born in Birmingham, Alabama 1954. Earned a degree in Business Management from Berea College, Kentucky 1976. As a youth Everett spent many afternoons at the Birmingham Museum of Art. The museum and his early exposure to classical music would prove to have a great influence on his artistic development. "Mom worked at A.G. Gastons' Lounge in the afternoon,i'd wait for her at the Museum until she got off. The Museum was my refuge and fueled my love for art. I really enjoy working with my hands, drawing and wood working projects were part of our industrial Education during the 60s. I also had an ear for music so mom insisted I have voice and piano lessons".
For more than 30 years Everett has been involved in collecting and creating works of art. He currently conducts art workshops for Central Florida youth through his non-profit foundation and is former owner of The Ethnic Art Gallery, Orlando, Florida.
Everett is most known for his early collages and works on paper, notably, the "Old School Jazz and Blues Series", which feature colorful images of the fathers and legends of our own American art form known as Jazz. After graduating from Berea College and working as a Hotel Manager until 1989, Everetts art is influenced by American Artists Arthur Rayford, Romare Bearden, Jacob Lawrence, Elizabeth Catlett, Charles White and Frank Stella to name a few.

Everetts' art explores his personal world of contemporary aesthetics and culture. He creates a dialogue with the viewers of his ethnically inspired images using his own mixed media visual language. Spruill communicates his unique artistic language through the use of intense color and rich surface textures. The image is further enhanced with African inspired patterns, and hand written social commentary to further communicate with the viewer.
Paint, photos, various types of hand-made paper, layers of glazes, watercolor, pen and ink, pastel and charcoal, to name a few, are Everetts tools for conversing with the viewer. Extensive use of spray painted-hand cut stencils, African textiles, shells, found objects and Adinkra symbols further enhance his visual language.
These elements transform the pictorial image into a work of art that has true meaning and transforms the canvas into a rich opulent surface that invites the viewer to take a closer look.
Spruill, also an innovative print-maker, transforms his original mixed media collages into unique original graphics using a process he invented using elements of serigraphs and graffiti.
Everett accepts both public and private commissions and his work is in corporate and private collections worldwide.



ARTIST STATEMENT
I work in three styles and use a variety of found objects, including, but not limited to, shells, magazine pages, tissue, postage stamps, various paint mediums, photographs, cut and torn hand-painted paper, air-brushed hand-cut silk-screens and drawings. Themes for my creations range from Family, Music (Jazz and Blues), West African Culture and my own experiences as an African-American.


As a self-taught artist my techniques are the result of extensive experimentation. Harmony and contrast are the most important qualities I want to convey. My abstract works feature three ongoing series that I call Intuitive Creations. Mindscapes, Tribal Rhythms and Middle Passages Series. are created mainly by letting go of conscience thought, relying more on intuition, instinct. Since the steps are intuitive and emotional rather than cognitive, The exact processes are not easy to repeat, the end result is always different....but aesthetically better.
Permanence and longevity of the work are my major concern, every effort is taken to best preserve and protect the works by using archival pigments (non-toxic) and substrates free of materials that shorten the life of the art.