Alicia Brown is a contemporary realist painter. She holds a BFA in Painting, and a diploma in Art Education from Edna Manley College of the Visual Performing Arts and an MFA in Painting from the New York Academy of Art. Brown has exhibited both locally and internationally in shows including the 2021 and 2017 Jamaica Biennial (Jamaica), Prizm Art Fair (Miami), Jamaica making: Theresa Roberts Art Collection, Victoria Gallery and Museum (London) Painting the Figure Now Wausau Museum of Contemporary Art (USA).

Nneka Jones uses embroidery to create moving, representational images, usually portraits, to reflect on social issues. Her astounding love for color and special attention to detail, as influenced by her culture, is prominent in her work. The twenty-three-year old artist graduated with a Bachelors in Fine Arts and a minor in Marketing from the University of Tampa in May 2020. She created a commission for TIME magazine to produce the cover artwork for the August 31st/ September 7th issue 2020 and now speaks at events like Adobe MAX, inspiring others to make their dreams a reality.

Krystle Lemonias acquired a BFA in printmaking from New Jersey City University in 2018. She is currently a Master’s in Fine Arts candidate at the University of South Florida. Her works have been exhibited at Blum and Poe in the Show Me the Signs campaign for #sayhername and Make America What America Must Become at the Contemporary Art Center in New Orleans. She has also shown at the New York Academy of Art in the AXA Art Prize Exhibition in 2020, and at the International Print Center of New York in the New Prints: Umbra in 2019.

Clifford McDonald is a painter and the founder of a non profit “Art 4 Change”. He has exibited locally in Sarasota Florida including Embracing our Differences, Art Center Sarasota, and Suncoast Black Arts Collaborative Visions In Black. He has won awards in Visions in Black in 2022 and Peoples Choise Award Embracing Our Differences in 2019 and 2022.