FAT ACTRESS CCH POUNDER WITH A PIECE OF “ART.”
I find it more amusing than anything when the Negro tries to emulate white civilization through copying white institutions.
An art exhibit is a white social construct that a mere handful of members of the Negroid race would care about. Most of the creatures making up that wretched race lack the cognitive development to appreciate art.
Even when Negros create drawings and paintings, it’s narcissistic, focusing on their ugly features, while trying to place those features in the context of beauty.
Actress CCH Pounder stood half-hidden in a doorway at the Xavier University Art Gallery and watched as a student, backpack over one shoulder, hurried through the spacious hall, then abruptly stopped and turned on his heel, as if dragged by gravitational force. Shifting his body 90 degrees, the student tilted his head and studied a large painting on the wall. “The Birth of Oshun” by Harmonia Rosales.
The painting is striking for many reasons. The scene is familiar, a play on Botticelli’s “The Birth of Venus,” but Oshun is a black woman, beautiful with cropped hair, rising from a seashell, flanked by other African figures portraying deities and surrounded by tropical foliage in earthy colors.
“She stops everyone,” said Pounder, as the student stared at Rosales’ tour de force. “I love watching people walk through here and see what catches them.”