Animation - The Artist Memoirs
Black Animation Net truly thanks you for viewing these memoirs of Maya Angelou, Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis.

Hopefully their words inspire the next generation like they inspired mine.

From the Artist: Thanks for stopping by. It’s not everyday that we actually get to find anything (including websites) that’s not prepackaged, specialized, targeted and/or commercially branded. I’m not and couldn’t be if I tried (…and believe me I’ve tried a few times.)

If your reading this I’m extremely, gleefully impressed! You see, I’ve been told by some of my life-long friends and associates that I’m truly “A mystery wrapped in a riddle…”  and by others “A more or less Renaissance Man”.  Really? It’s not that complicated to me. I’ve met several author, playwright, screenwriter, fine artist, nonprofit CEO, performing artist and multimedia tech people (Well a few.). That said, I just see myself as a person who has no choice in what I create – only that I must create. It’s just the way I came into this world. I hope you don’t mind if I park some stuff here.

My only hope is that it inspires the multiple talents that you share with the planet. Whether thru design, art, directing, writing or creative leadership, I just want to play a role in the positive energy that evokes consciousness, change & resolve. In addition and personally most importantly for me, “The Celebration of Life”.

Black Animation Net truly thanks you for viewing these memoirs of Maya Angelou, Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis. Hopefully their words inspire the next generation like they inspired mine.