Artist: Charity Hamidullah
(African-American & Caucasian , b. 1989)
Charity Hamidullah currently resides and works in Atlanta, GA. She is a multi-disciplinary artist who creates upon canvases ranging from skin to concrete walls and even random objects associated with the kitchen. Her current mediums of choice are acrylic paint, gold wax, pencil, resin and charcoal. She utilizes these elements to develop portraits depicting narratives of identity, self-awareness , love and growth. Her recent works have been recognized in a document series curated by MIC where they acknowledge her as a woman of color artist in a creative collective of like-minded minority females as they travel the world displaying examples which defy society’s norms (Ladies of Ink.) And, Charity’s larger pieces have been selected to display in National Night Out’s Congregate curated by Dashboard and TILA for the English Avenue Neighborhood as well as for Forward Warrior; a mural program featuring Atlanta’s forward thinking creative community. Currently, she is devoting her time to develop her body of work as she researches family history, identity and ideals of love. As time prevails, Hamidullah has high goals set to be a voice for the world around her utilizing the creative tools she acquires for community projects, mural art and public demonstrations.