The Color My Soul 2020 African American Wall Calendar will color your soul in the strong hues of history, family, love, music, and unity. Larry “Poncho” Brown combines past and present to create a sense of realism, mysticism, and beauty. Admirers of his work often site rhythm, movement, and unity as favorite elements in his art. His work adorns the walls of the likes of Bernard Bronner, Anita Baker, and Susan Taylor just to name a few. This calendar includes Black history information through the year.
Larry “Poncho” Brown is a fine and commercial artist native to Baltimore, MD. Poncho received his B.A. of Fine Arts from the Maryland Institute College of Art. Admirers often site rhythm, movement, and unity, as favorite elements in his work, and he uses a variety of mediums and styles to express his interests in Afrocentric themes, Ancient Egyptology and dance. Poncho’s unique style combines past and present art stylizations to create a sense of realism, mysticism, and beauty, which gives his art universal appeal. He founded Raising The Arts, which has created over 55 images to assist non-profit organizations and African American organizations.