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Dowload or use of artwork is prohitibed without the express permission of Joe Barry Carroll.

Paintings exhibited at the Historic Arkansas Museum

Sept 12, 2015 - April 17, 2016 

 

BLACK AMERICAN VOICES

It’s another voice-driven stunner. Captures and claims all that is grace when infusing personal narratives with art imagery. Bravo and thank you for continuing to fill the story gaps with narratives that matter. - Tiffany

 

I cried over the description of what it means to "be there" for the people we love, and fell in love with the portrait of the twins, and the accompanying narrative. - CoCo

 

The stories are beautiful. The pictures are beautiful...the people and their stories remind you of a relative, a sibling, or someone you grew up with. - Amazon reader

 

GROWING UP...IN WORDS AND IMAGES

This is a careful retrospective of a whole man, not just an athlete. - Publishers Weekly

"Growing Up ... In Words and Images" 

Growing Up

Now in E-Book!

Joe Barry Carroll's award-winning memoir is now available as an E-Book.

JoeBarryCarroll.com

BLACK AMERICAN VOICES

Shared Culture, Values, and Emotions

by Joe Barry Carroll

NEWS & EVENTS

"City Lights" WABE NPR

Interview - Aug 14, 2017 wabe.org

 

Decatur Book Festival

Book Reading: Black American Voices

4:15 pm, Sept 2, 2017

Decatur, GA

 

West Lafayette Library

Book Reading: Black American Voices

1 pm, Sept 24, 2017

West Lafayette, IN

 

September Gray Gallery

Book Reading: Black American Voices

2:00 pm, Nov 18, 2017

Atlanta, GA

 

GROWING UP Available in E-Book

Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com

 

CLICK HERE FOR EVENT DETAILS

BLACK AMERICAN VOICES by Joe Barry is a unique collage of narratives, photographs, and works of art that celebrates our shared culture, values, and emotions. The narratives speak truths about legacy, success, faith, soul food, entrepreneurshiip, family, skin tones, the arts, hair, sexuality, music, Barack Obama, and more. The photographs were gathered from the photo albums and archives of families of African descent living in America. The narratives and photographs are joined by art from the Antonio and Betty Zamora Collection of African Art.