Feature: Brooklyn Artist Kemar Wynter

Julie Poole, bon appétit, August 25, 2021
"Wynter’s jubilant and motion-filled abstract paintings—with titles like Macaroni Pie, Auntie Del’s Stew Pea, and Aunt Pearline’s Potato Salad—are the result of diligent growth and iteration. Each layered surface is made from oil pastel, charcoal, and metal grommets on paper—and fills a gallery space with a brothy light so rich you can feel its warmth fill your chest. For Wynter, food is a multisensory experience directly linked to his early childhood spent in Crown Heights, an adulthood spent exploring the five boroughs, and his Jamaican heritage."
– Julie Poole, Bon appétit