H.C. Porter 

H.C. Porter is an award-winning artist, whose original works of art are classified as mixed-media because they incorporate photography, printmaking and painting. They begin as black and white “environmental portraits” and are transferred onto paper with black ink using a silkscreen. Each piece is completed using acrylic paint and Prismacolor. Each piece is uniquely painted, although the same image may be used more than once. Porter’s style began in 1992 with “Avenue for Art,” a grant-funded neighborhood art project for children. Porter eventually incorporated the neighborhood children into her work. Since, she has applied her style to other areas of the state, documenting the lives of fellow Mississippians. In September 2005, two weeks after Hurricane Katrina hit the Mississippi Gulf Coast, Porter’s attention turned toward the people of her home state living in the aftermath of that devastating storm.
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