BLKSUNCHILD: Music in the Paintbrush | By: Jacklyn Thudd

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With just two hundred dollars in hand, a young lad took a trip to New York City in hopes of finding his soul. BLKSUNCHILD, formerly known as Daryle Carstaphen, an artistic young man with a knack for visual art and music was once that young boy. After joining a movement called “CUZIMBLK” in 2013, his outlook on the world of arts was forever reformed.

“My art ranges from Hip-Hop, poetry, photography, illustration and painting,” BLKSUNCHILD told Black Magazine. In the midst of expressing himself through his work, he found a deep love in uplifting the culture of art and “perpetuating the innovative growth of our generation’s blessed creators.”

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In his latest visual piece, BLKSUNCHILD promotes the essence of the Black woman through the ink of an animated pen and a watercolor paintbrush. The creation was an image of a woman embracing her strength and divinity (his overall view of the Black woman). The painting also happens to be a portrait of a close friend who was an active female producer.

To find more upcoming work of BLKSUNCHILD of request a painting visit him on Instagram: @sunisblack

​ And follow his movement: @Twitter.com/blksunchild @Twitter.com/cuzimblk

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