Tai Tindall creates engaging and balanced compositions through rhythmic drip pour techniques combined with multi-textured layering. Her artwork is often rooted in concepts that relate to self-awareness, growth, and change, serving as a conduit for sharing her story and perspective as a Black woman in America. Tindall’s Congo Square series is informed by time spent in New Orleans at this historic place where enslaved people once gathered. Her newest work, Over 36 City Blocks, applies similar techniques to explore the legacy of Tulsa’s Greenwood community.
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