About the Artist
Marrita Richardson Rowe is a self-taught artist from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania who discovered her love of art while painting with her mother as a child and exploring art books in her home library. Later, she learned that she was a descendant of renowned painter Louis B. Sloan which fueled her passion for creating her own works of art.
Marrita's works often reflect the Black American experience and her love for international travel. Her art is deeply influenced by the street art she's encountered across the United States, Europe, and North Africa. Marrita's mediums include acrylic, oils, and photography.
Marrita Richardson Rowe's works can be found throughout the city of Philadelphia at various galleries, retail spaces, and in private collections. Check out the "Upcoming Shows" link for upcoming exhibits, galleries, and events