Reggae Wednesdayz with Hopeton Brown – Special Guest – Mark Cameron
17 May 2017 Blogroll
Step in to the studio with reggae pioneer and cultural ambassador Hopeton Brown.
Log on to discuss the message behind the music. Music is divine, universal and a tool to empower the youths.
Wednesdays – 9 – 12 Midnite EST Dial in (661) 467-2407.
The show focuses on the “message behind the music” with a moral obligation to educate the youths.
TONITE – SPECIAL GUEST – MARK CAMERON
Mark Cameron did his early education in the Island of Jamaica, where his interest in nature, and the environment, influenced his earlier, landscape, and seascape paintings. Mark migrated to do his tertiary education in New York, where he did graphic designs, that fostered his interest into Abstract, and impressionism, which ultimately contributed to his versatility.
Mark also studied under American master Pamela Sarkisian in California for two years, while being the curator, and chairman of the largest art fair called the Oceanside days of Art. Mark Cameron has shown recently at the urban league National conference, and at Kroma studios at Art Basel 2017, and presented a portrait to NASA’s Kathrine Johnson from the iconic movie Hidden Figures. Known as the Renaissance man, Mark is also a Chef that has done demonstrating cooking on FOX, NBC, and CBS, and stimulates not only your mind with his Art, but your palette as well. Mark Cameron currently works out of his studio in Plantation acres Florida, where he’s become prolific in producing Abstract, representational, and Impressionistic Art.