Her characters have exaggerated features which make them cartoonist, and in doing so she adds some humor to the dense subject matter of racism, or power. Kara Walker’s main inspiration is the pre-civil war south. Her art work depicts this time in a skewed fashion. This thought is what makes her art so interesting. She is able to portray history in her own unique way that makes it interesting again to the viewers.
BIOGRAPHY Matthew Barney was born in 1967 in California, and with 6 years old moved with his family to the state of Idaho. When he was 12 years old, his parents divorced and his mother moved to New York, where he had often visited her, and where he was exposed to contemporary art. He worked as a model after high school, and left Boise to attend Yale University, in Connecticut. Initially he signed up for a premed course wanting to be a plastic surgeon, but after two semesters he switched to art department. Due his dedication and originality, he could study in School of Art while still undergraduate.
Richmond Barthé Introduction Richmond Barthé was born on January 28, 1901, in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi. He was only one month old when his father, Richmond Barthé, died. His mother, Clementine Raboteau, was influential in nurturing his early artistic talent. When young Richmond was just an infant, he reportedly was intrigued with the Old English letters on the front page of the New Orleans Times Picayune newspaper. His mother supplied him with paper and pencils to practice copying the letters (Bardolph, 1961).
James Deen was born Bryan Matthew Sevilla in Los Angeles County, California, and raised in Pasadena, California.  His father is a mechanical engineer and his mother is a computer electronic engineer, one of them worked at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.  He is Jewish and identifies with Judaism as "a culture more than anything else".  At 17, Deen moved in with his father. He worked at a Starbucks for two years and took classes at Pasadena City College.
Ana Catillo “Women Don’t Riot” Ana Castillo is a Latina poet, essayist, and novelist. She was born and raised in Chicago , Illinois on June 15, 1953 to two chicano parents named Raymond and Rawuel Rocha Castillo. Ana Catillo attended and graduated from Northeastern Illinois University and the University of Chicago and earned her bachelors in art. During this time Castillo had a son named Marcel Ramon Herrera. After this, Castillo felt to better her life for her and her son so she went back to school.
I still have a few graduate classes to take. For Fall I semester, I am taking PC6106 Foundations of Mental Health counseling. In Fall II, I will be taking PC6712 Diagnosis and Treatment of Behavioral and Emotional Disorders. In Spring I, I am planning on taking PC6700 Couples and Family Counseling. During Spring II, I will be taking PC6803 Trauma Impact and Counseling.
Kara was born in 1969 in Stockman, California on November 26. Her father who worked as a painter and raised her, at the age of thirteen her father Larry Walker, accepted a position at Georgia State University where they relocated to Stone Mountain a suburb of Atlanta. It is here that Kara spent the rest of her childhood and later attended the Atlanta College of Art, where she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in painting and printmaking in 1991. Three years later, in 1944 she received master of Fine Arts degree in painting and printmaking from the Rhode Island School of Design, located in Providence. Kara knew that she wanted to be an artist when she was just three years old “One of my earliest memories involves sitting on my dad’s lap in his studio in the garage of our house and watching him
James Joseph Parsons was born on March 24th, 1973 in Houston, Texas. You may know Jim Parsons as Sheldon Cooper on the hit television show, “The Big Bang Theory.” His mom’s name is Judy Parsons and she is a school teacher. His sister, Julie is also a teacher and they happen to work in the same school. His dad, Jack, died in a car accident in 2001, but was the president of a plumbing company. Jim had his first stage appearance at age six in a school play as a bird.
During this time, she also developed a strong interest in philosophy after reading poetry and other literary works. Margaret became determined to study under James McKeen Cattell in the psychological laboratory at Columbia University following graduation from Vasser in 1891. Washburn was only admitted at Columbia as an auditor as that college had never admitted a female graduate student. After just one year at Columbia, Washburn entered the Sage School of Philosophy at Cornell University, after the strong urging of Cattell. While she was a student at Cornell, she studied as psychologist E.B.
Her father was a social worker and executive secretary of the YMCA and her mother was a teacher. When she was young her parents would read to her the works of the great black writers. She grew up in Cleveland and attended Ohio State University where she experienced her first taste of racial strife, but still received a bachelor's degree in education in 1953. She began writing novels, short stories, and poems while still in college and a month after graduation she was married. The family moved to New York City so Kennedy could attend graduate school at Columbia University.