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Should Art Push You? Raise Up Current Black Artists!

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Matthew Cooper has such an inspirational story, which goes along perfectly with his powerful, narrative paintings. Matthew uses multiple mediums such as oil paint, paper, found objects, and photographs. His work not only educates but uplifts the black community.

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