Don ‘DonCee’ Coulter

Painting With Fabrics
September 22 - November 4, 2017

The works of Columbus, OH based fiber artist, Don ‘DonCee’ Coulter, capture moments and places in the history of urban life and community. By using found objects and fabric, his works transform the discarded into lush city scapes and scenes of the jazz movement.
He discovered his love for art at an early age, a talent inherited from his grandfather, father & uncle. As he grew up, hip-hop became a big influence in his life & pop culture. DonCee found his niche in the movement by designing clothes for break-dancers & hip-hop artists.
DonCee’s works vary from the tranquil forest meadows to an urban crawl buzzing with life, to jazz musician pulling a long note. His city scenes and landscapes have gained him mainstream appeal. Every piece of the artist’s collection poses tiny details of the individual world bringing them to life and features his trademark eagle. According to the artist, a lot of time goes into planning each piece. All of his works are imaginary, idealistic and fictional.

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