Welcome to "Pieces Of a Gem" which is dedicated to artwork created by Gemynii

"Art touches the soul... art is communication... it reaches out from the canvas and passes through the eyes of the viewer right into his heart where it can leave an imprint of beauty that can make the spirit sing." ~Nina Baldwin

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 Who is Gemynii?


Gemynii is a self taught artist who mainly works with painting. She is also a poet, art instructor, writer, and community activist. Her paintings focus mainly on abstract portraits of people of color and is influenced heavily by social issues, music, body and gender acceptance, and the over all Black experience. Her work can often render audiences uncomfortable, forcing them to critically think about blackness, representation and the body in a white supremacist capitalist patriarchal society and within the contemporary art world.

Gemynii currently lives and works in Durham. She is currently a member of the Durham Artists Movement aka DAM. In early 2013 she began to formally exhibit her work locally.  Since that time she has showcased her work in various venues up such as Pitch Media Gallery, The Market Street Coffeehouse, Durham's People's Channel, Duke University Hospital, Golden Belt, Winston Salem State University, The Brooklyn Swirl, Blue Coffee Cafe, and Busboys & Poets, Apache Cafe, and City of Ink. 


To check out her spotlight at Oat City please go:  http://oakcityhustle.com/oak-city-artist-know-gemynii-evolving/

Please contact her directly to schedule an appointment to see her private collection.

To visit her at RAW please go www.rawartists.org/gemynii

To see her AFROPUNK art mention please check out http://www.afropunk.com/profiles/blogs/art-the-work-of-self-taught-artist-and-community-activist-gemynii

Upcoming Events-

12/31- DJ at the Pinhook New Year's Eve Party w/ DJ Play Play.