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This relief was commissioned by the Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta, Georgia and will be on display at the airport.Bio: Al-Hadda is a working designer and visual artist.In 1994 Bailey was invited to participate in Equal Rights & Justice, a group exhibition at the High Museum in Atlanta and in 1997 was included in As Time Goes By: History, Memory, and Sentimentality, a group exhibition at the Stamford, Connecticut branch of New York's Whitney Museum.Bailey’s solo and group exhibitions have been reviewed by numerous publications including The New York Times, Art NEWS, and Art in America.After thirteen years as owner and director of Hand Graphics, Adams sold the business in 1987 to return exclusively to producing his own art.His expressionistic and physically exaggerated figurative realism gives an almost mythical strength to the common people and narrative situations that he renders so elegantly. Ajanogha credits these Benin City artists with inspiring him and paving the way for him to pursue sculpture as a career. Ajanogha has created works in Nigeria and in the United States of America. Bowden Multi-purpose Senior Facility all in Atlanta, Georgia.
To broaden his scope, he attended the Creative Art Academy which was located in Benin City, Nigeria under the direction of Mr. He also spent time in the studios of many well known contemporary Nigerian artists, including the late Mr. In addition, other works are located in the private collection of former President Jimmy and Roslyn Carter and home of Maya Angelou. Ajanogha is currently working on a bronze relief of the late Former Mayor of Atlanta, Maynard Jackson.Bio: Atlanta-based artist Radcliffe Bailey was born in New Jersey in 1968.He received a BFA from The Atlanta College of Art, and has grown in national notoriety since then.She most recently received the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia’s Working Artist Award-09 which included a solo exhibition in August-September 09, and was included in the Georgia Council for the Arts 2009 Publication, Georgia Masterpieces: Selected Works from Georgia’s Museums.Other awards include a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship, Mayors Fellowship in the Arts Award, Georgia Women in the Visual Arts Award, and a Ford Foundation Grant.
Al-Haddad holds a Masters of Architecture degree as well as a BS in Architecture from Georgia Tech, also having studied at the University of Paris – La Villette and the at the Daniels Center for Building Technology and Urban Design in Genoa, Italy.