Brown, Larry Poncho

Larry “Poncho” Brown, a Baltimore, MD native, emerged as a prominent figure in contemporary African American art. Starting his entrepreneurial journey at 17, he pursued art full-time thereafter. With a BFA from Maryland Institute College of Art, his works grace national publications like Upscale, Ebony, and Essence. Notable pieces, including “Black is Black” and “Egyptian Queens,” featured on renowned platforms like “A Different World” and “Laurel Avenue,” reflect his fusion of past and present art forms, exploring Afrocentric themes and spirituality. Beyond his art, Brown fosters youth talent through initiatives like “The African American Youth Art Exhibition” and co-founding Artistic Legacy, showcasing his commitment to community and cultural legacy. Admirers laud his mastery of rhythm, movement, and unity, underscoring his universal artistic appeal.




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