5 Reasons Why The Black Man Is Still A Slave

 By Jean Gasho Having lived in the United Kingdom all my adult life, I have experienced my fair share of racism and discrimination, the worst being from the Scottish Justice System. I do not in any way undermine the suffering of the black race, especially that of the black woman. She is the most ill … Continue reading 5 Reasons Why The Black Man Is Still A Slave

Beyond The Veil

Pencil Art And Poetry By Jean Gasho  Her veil is the envy of many women When they see her in all her glory Adorned with flowers and immaculate pearls Shining brighter than a shooting star Even when she walks in the garden The majestic butterfly is enchanted by her Outside they see a woman in … Continue reading Beyond The Veil

My Recent Artwork; Pencil By Jean

I always had a fascination with inspirational public figures, especially their faces, drawing my first sketch portrait of singer Monica at the age of 14, then at 15 I won a prize for best artist competing with white talented boys from private schools, I didn't have oil paints or special brushes, I only had a … Continue reading My Recent Artwork; Pencil By Jean