You can now see a set of prints by the late artist David Driskell in Hyattsville.
Pyramid Atlantic Art Center is holding an exhibit of 30 prints made by Driskell and master printer Curlee Holton starting in 2003, titled “A Collaboration of Creativity.”
The prints are on display through March 19 and available to purchase at the arts center, located at 4318 Gallatin St. There is no entrance fee.
A Hyattsville artist and art historian who worked at the University of Maryland, Driskell died in 2020 of coronavirus, and the city’s largest park was later renamed after him.
The prints at the exhibit are varied, with both black-and-white prints and others that are a riot of color, with subjects like “Jacob Wrestling the Angel” and “Lady Day,” for jazz singer Billie Holliday.
You can also buy the prints, with prices ranging from $850 to $4,000, although more than half of them have already sold since the exhibit opened in mid-February.