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Bogolan Queen

Artist

Debbie Jackson

Artwork Owner
Short North Alliance
Partner

Studios on High Gallery

Collection
Short North Temporary Mural Series, I, Too, Sing America: The Harlem Renaissance at 100
Description:

Bogolan Queen was inspired by Jackson’s love of African fabrics, colors, textures, and reflective symbolism. “Bogolanfini” is another name for Mud Cloth, made by the people of Mali. Jackson imitated the cloth and adorned the woman’s hair to represent a majestic crown.

Bogolan Queen was inspired by Jackson’s love of African fabrics, colors, textures, and reflective symbolism. “Bogolanfini” is another name for Mud Cloth, made by the people of Mali. Jackson imitated the cloth and adorned the woman’s hair to represent a majestic crown.

Dates

Installed: 2018

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Wheelchair Accessible
Categories
Mural
Address:

790 N High St
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Franklin County

Materials

Vinyl

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