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James Spearman

    • James Spearman was born in Monticello Georgia; at age 5, his family relocated to Detroit, Michigan where he was educated and began his career as an artist.

Spearman graduated from Wayne State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Art and specializing in Interior architectural Design and Space planning.

Spearman’s medium is oil on canvas using a variety of subjects, figurative, portraits, landscapes and animals. He is known for his bold colors and meticulous detailed work.   A selected number of prints have been distributed nationally by Things Graphics and Fine Arts.  Many of his original pieces are owned by collectors throughout the country.

Spearman’s career achievements include participation in many art events throughout the country, i.e. Black Creativity Juried Art Exhibit in Chicago, IL; he was also commissioned to create a Bronze Sculpture of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr, which was presented to the city of Southfield, MI where it is currently displayed at the Southfield Library.

In 2007, Spearman moved to Columbia, Tennessee where he currently resides with his wife Delphine. He continues to paint and sell his art nationally.