February is African-American History Month, though the shortest of the twelve months, it is not short on historical facts. I couldn’t let this month end without sharing this fact.
Fredrick Eversley, an African-American sculptor, was born in Brooklyn NY in 1941.
He created a stainless steel sculpture of
two wing like shapes framed by neon lights at the
entrance to the Miami International Airport (similar to the photo below).
He had a studio in Venice CA.