There is photographer Lance Omar Thurman (left) and hairstylist Everett Johnson at their exhibit, "How I Dream of You." The two mixed their artistry (Thurman's photography and Johnson's hair stylings) for this exhibit. Check out below the portraits from this exhibit and who attended!
A before weave and after natural look.
Thurman and Johnson took a pic of its volunteers.
Thurman greeting patrons.
Hair and jewelry were done by Johnson.
Napps proprietor Mekhat.
Jewelry artist Angelique Joseph.
Thurman and the crowd.
Johnson talking with a volunteer.
Needles handled the music.
The raised tree branch consisted of jewelry that the models wore in the photographs.
Both artists' name on the wall of the studio.
The most provocative portrait of a young lady sleeping on Washington Ave.
A display that hung from the ceiling.
The beginning page of the complimentary book.
Socialite Larry Blue (right)talking with socialite Mr. Carlton
A patron skimming through the complimentary book.
Viewers of the art.
Therre's barber/weightlifter Steven Lacy (center) socializing with crowd members.
A viewer of the art.
NOTE: This was a nice event. A bit teenie as far as space was concerned for all the couple of hundred folk who came through, but it was a nice mix nevertheless. Appetizers we believe were served but we were running bit late and miss that, but they did have someone selling ice cream samples from a vendor outside in front of the studio. Great photos of black female beauty (there was a set of photos that had two twin guys in suits displayed). The display will run til Oct 31.