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Hiawatha D. uses various mediums to interpret the energy observed in Black people throughout his travels, Hiawatha uses acrylic paint, pencil and watercolor, on cotton rag or canvas. On occasion, he also creates on ceramic bisque and wood panels. Through out his career Hiawatha D. has been inspired by Ernie Barnes, Salvador Dali, Jacob Lawrence, William H. Johnson, Pablo Picasso, and Henry O. Tanner. He is a graduate of the Burnley School of Professional Art.  

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"As timely as it is timeless, Hiawatha D.'s Iconic Black Women is celebration of Black womanhood often seen but unseen, recognizable yet ambiguous. 

Hiawatha D. has created a collection that nestles between Jacob Lawrence's Migration and Ernie Barnes' The Beauty in the Ghetto. 

If a Black woman has touched any part of your life, you owe it to her as tribute to experience this collection."

Dr. O. David Jackson, Collector & Patron


“As an artist surrounded by beautiful, brilliant Black women my entire life, I knew It was time for me to make this statement,” said Hiawatha D..”