Peggy Blood Art Collections
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Artwork by Peggy Blood
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Koulikoro Woman by Peggy Blood
Baby Girl II by Peggy Blood
Defiance by Peggy Blood
I AM by Peggy Blood
Marsh Hunt and African warrior by Peggy Blood
Savannah Marsh by Peggy Blood
Tikor Woman by Peggy Blood
Saturday Night Bath by Peggy Blood
Long Haired Baby Girl by Peggy Blood
Roots by Peggy Blood
Fields of Cotton by Peggy Blood
Georgia Morning by Peggy Blood
Masks of Life by Peggy Blood
China Village by Peggy Blood
Passing Through by Peggy Blood
Blondie by Peggy Blood
Colva by Peggy Blood
African Land by Peggy Blood
An Evening in Tahoe by Peggy Blood
Goodbye Sweet Dreams by Peggy Blood
Lost Love by Peggy Blood
Saturday Morning by Peggy Blood
OP and rose by Peggy Blood
Remembering 9-11 by Peggy Blood
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About Peggy Blood
My creative works are composed of vibrant bright hues and muted darks. Each painting tells a story about life observed in the US or through my travels. Many of my painting have multi-views of different experiences in one composition; the viewer is led from one area to various related shapes. Most works are of mixed media; natural and tangible objects that overlap with rhythmic motion and streams of colors for an expressionistic type of genre painting.
Brief Biographical Sketch
Dr. Peggy Blood is a professional artists, veteran teacher and administrator of 35 years. .
Blood spent most of her professional career in northern California. Savannah, GA has been her home since 1998. Blood is the past Department Chair of Savannah State University Fine Artâ€˜s Program and holds the title of Distinguished Professor 2004-2005.
Peggy Blood, Ph.D., is a Professor of Liberal Arts at Savannah State University (SSU), where she holds the title Distinguished Professor. Blood was hired by SSU in 1998 as Chair of the Fine Arts Program. Dr. Blood received a Doctorate in Art Administration and Education in 1986 from Union Institute and University; post graduate study in administration (administration credential) 1992 from Chapman University; Master’s in Education Administration in 1987 from Holy Names University and Masters in Fine Arts from University of Arkansas in 1971. Her experiences have involved the development of new programs, credentials and certificates in graduate and undergraduate studies. Dr. Blood was formerly an Executive Director of campuses in Fairfield, Travis and Petaluma, California under the auspices of Chapman University as well as professor in education and art.
Dr. Blood art works have shown at various galleries and museums throughout the US and African and Asian countries. Her works are in public and private collections; a few are: East Oakland Youth Development Center, Oakland, California, US State Department, National Center for the Study of Civil Rights and African-American Culture, Montgomery Alabama, and the Ralph Gilbert Civil Rights Beach Institute Museum in Savannah, Georgia. Her works have been shown in Liberia, Monrovia, Liberia, Addis Ababa, AU, Ethiopia, Georgetown, Guyana, and Austria and throughout the United States.
Blood studied painting under John Howard of Arkansas, a protégé and colleague of Hale Woodruff (a legendary artist during the US Negro Renaissance Period). As a student of the segregated South, she was the first black American to receive a Master of fine Arts’ degree from the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. In 1978 she earned the title of Outstanding Bay Area Artists in Oakland, California. She has been recipient of several grants, published books and articles on art and on-line teaching and is presently the President of the National Alliance of Artist from Historical Black Colleges and Universities.