Hru! My name is Alfie M. Green. Born 11-1
I am a MICHIGANDER. My departed mother was an native of Detroit although we spent a lot time in Atlanta. She was an excellent seamstress. My Father is also an Artist/ Art Teacher and a native of Detroit. Both of my parents graduated from Southeastern High School. (DPS). I am also, a prodigy of Detroit Public Schools. I Graduated from Edwin Denby High School 1989. My Lifetime accomplishments are; in 1992 I received an Associates Degree in Graphic Arts, 1999, I received a Bachelor of Fine Art Degree from Madonna University. In 2005, I received Masters of Education Degree & Teacher Certification for Art K-12 and Elementary Education K-8. I received my Ministry License in Nov of 2015. Now in 2018, to add to the list of my many talents, I striving to be the BEST MUA I can be.
Art is a of part me, it's in my blood. It's not just what I do, it something that
I truly love. I've been drawing since I was 5yrs old.
My Life as an artist began @ Parkmen Elementary School. I always knew I wanted to do something creative. Like most children, I loved to draw and paint. Not really knowing or understanding that Art was in my genes. You see, I am a third generation Artist.
As I got older my passion continued to grow. I took several art classes throughout my middle, high school, and my college years. Now, I am teaching Art and I'm a Make-Up Artist. Wow! To Do Something U Love.
I love the way bright colors change or create a mood. My drawings and paintings usually start with a strong feeling. I love a black or a dark background because it make colors POP. Most of my compositions will show this amazing feeling of energy.
Art is a synthesis of my feelings. I use colors that inspire me. My goals and aspirations as an artist are to create an uplifting energetic moods and A feeling of I CAN do it ALL.
WHO INSPIRES ME:
GOD, Walter Morgan (My Dad), Regdrick Bryes MUA (ATL), Derrick Rutledge MUA, Sam Fine MUA, Cynthia St. James, Romare Bearden, Van Gogh, Jacob Lawrence, Amedeo Modigliani, Pablo Picasso, Chuck Close and Georgia O'Keeffe.