Flo’s story continues with her arrival in Atlanta via New York City (which she didn’t like at all!). She talks about how being in Atlanta cemented what she felt was her ‘mission’ and helped her to create the foundation of her work: the glorification of the black woman in art who, she feels, is the mother of all humanity.

A visual gallery of the artwork of Flo Beauredon celebrating the Beauty of the Black Woman. I, personally, really like how beautifully regal all the women are and how many are juxtaposed with images from nature, flowers, trees, rivers, oceans, landscapes, birds, showing a spiritual connection that is strong and undiluted.  Her message is clear and straightforward, no gimmicks or convoluted allegorical artificiality. The more I know and understand Flo the more beautiful the images become to me.