This work ships from Atlanta, GA, US.
This series is a symbolic representation of the 2016 presidential election. So, my work tells a story about social issues that affect people. Listening to music is a huge part of my creative process as it stimulates my thoughts in terms of the way I use color and create a sense of rhythm. Since I am an abstract artist I use a variety of shapes to shatter the image, which compels the viewer to not only focus on the subject. It also compels the viewer to also pay close attention to the textural qualities and symbolism that exist to add meaning and another dimension to my work,
Zerric is currently participating in the Below I-20 exhibit at the Fulton County Aviation Community and Cultural Center in Atlanta, GA. Zerric maintains a studio at the Hood Street Art Center in McDonough, GA and teaches art at Dutchtown High School in Hampton, GA. Zerric serves as the current president of the Georgia Art Education Association whose mission is to advocate for the highest quality visual arts education and provide for the advancement of knowledge through service, leadership, and research. Over the years he has participated in different art shows including: 2018 Below I-20 Exhibit, Atlanta, GA., 2014 Grady County Museum Art Exhibit, Cairo, GA., 2013 Roddenberry Memorial Library Exhibit Cairo, GA, 2003 Spring Into Art Exhibit / Turner Center for the Arts Valdosta, GA., 2002 First State Bank Competition, Valdosta, GA., 2001 Tri-State Watercolor Exhibit /Gadsden Arts Center Quincy, FL., 1999 Thomasville Public Library Exhibit, Thomasville GA., 1997 Ninth Annual Summer Showcase, Thomasville Cultural Art Center.