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Ernie Barnes
The artist is very new, and I have never heard of him. I, however, know of another person with
whom they share a name. Ernie Barnes attended racially segregated schools and was also a
footballer with talent in the artwork.
Jewish Community Influence: At first, I thought that his work would be like any other. I also
thought that the person was a black man. I have felt the urge to appreciate the diversity of talents,
especially in the art world. The Jewish community was able to document their customs which the
blacks did not as captured by the art, which shows the diversity in Los Angeles and still looks
comical. However, I also felt that education was not the only path to success, even six or seven
decades ago. I have felt bad since a black man such as Barnes would have to go to a racially
segregated school. I wondered so much about this man the first time I saw his work. Why would
this man have all his characters looking elongated? Why did he choose elongation from an
endless list of choices? This man must have been having something that scientists never
explored. The artist is different from the rest because most of his characters are elongated
characters. The artist was also a professional athlete who took an interest in artwork. His
characters also have closed eyes which is a unique characteristic of his artwork. The art reminds
me of Jean Michel Basquait, whose art was based on suggestive dichotomies like segregation
versus integration and poverty versus wealth. he was one of the best artists of the time. Basquiat
was born in 1960 died in 1988, but his unique graffiti work was genius.
Sports Art: The artwork is as new as the artist. At first, I thought that the artist did the work
since he was a sportsman. The art gives an impression of sportspeople who are muscular and
athletic. The artwork is a reminder of James Fiorentino's collections of sports art collection. The
art is unique in that it captured events like victory in overtime. The artwork compares to Todd

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1 Ernie Barnes The artist is very new, and I have never heard of him. I, however, know of another person with whom they share a name. Ernie Barnes attended racially segregated schools and was also a footballer with talent in the artwork. Jewish Community Influence: At first, I thought that his work would be like any other. I also thought that the person was a black man. I have felt the urge to appreciate the diversity of talents, especially in the art world. The Jewish community was able to document their customs which the blacks did not as captured by the art, which shows the diversity in Lo ...
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