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Harold Allen

Harold Allen is a well-respected member of the Metropolitan Detroit artistic community. He is a committed artist and always ready to serve the community, especially young artists and students pursuing an education in the arts. Harold has also provided creative visual art sessions with seniors and a population of challenged individuals. He has taught painting, drawing, color theory, and art history at several educational institutions, including Eastern Michigan University, Wayne State University, and College for Creative Studies and Macomb Community College. Harold is associated with several professional art organizations such as the National Conference of Artists, Detroit Artist Market Exhibition Committee, and Paint Creek Center for the Arts Committee Exhibition, Detroit Focus Gallery Review Committee, and the Pontiac Creative Art Center Exhibition Committee and served as a mentor to children in Metropolitan Public Schools.
Harold has exhibited his colorfully expressive painting in local galleries and museums such as the Johanson Charles Gallery, JRainey Gallery, Dell Pryor Gallery, Lemberg Gallery, Pontiac Creative Arts Center, and Metropolitan Center for the Creative Arts, Cranbrook Art Museum, and Museum of African American History. Nationally audiences have viewed his artwork in the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, Illinois, Fort Wayne Museum of Art in Indiana and the Museum of African-American Life and Culture in Dallas, Texas. His artwork is in public and individual collections.

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