|A strong and gentle way of being a Black woman. photography by Roland Dawson|
Wish I could tell the story. This woman embodies the elusive and powerful pull typical of Black American women, common in African women and not within other women, who have their own persuasions of being otherworldly and within types of beauty to be enjoyed and explored! This story of alternative versions of being a Black woman ventures towards an art form made more intriguing in a way that sits you down to listen.
The other photographs of this woman, Roland Dawson have the same story, but different chapters and shapes to empower in very subtle ways.
One thing I am trying to say is that the model here has a strong and gentle way of being a Black woman! - Gregory E. Woods, Keeper of Stories 10/17/17
|A strong way of being a Black woman. photographer Roland Dawson. 2016|
|A powerful way of being. photo by Roland Dawson.|