"Six One, from Series Hall of Justice" - Virgil P. Warren Boys & Girls Club

This door was inspired by Torreke E. and created by Wret Rusaw. Learn more and vote for this door below. Go back to the gallery to view others.

Artwork Sold! Six One, from Series Hall of Justice

Title:
Six One, from Series Hall of Justice

Artist: Wret Rusaw

Wret Rausaw was born in Atlanta, GA where he has since returned to live and make work.  Wret’s work has appeared in group exhibitions in Atlanta, including The Imaginary Million at 200 Peachtree St.; Inhabited at Kibbee Gallery;  the Hambidge 16th Annual Art Auction at Fay Gold Gallery; and the Hammonds House Museum 10th Annual Art Auction at the Bill Lowe Gallery.  Wret’s work revolves around the often incongruous topics of family and home. In addition to his continued series of photographic diptychs, he is currently working on three-dimensional memory boxes and large-scale mixed media installation projects.

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Torreke E.

Inspiration:
Torreke E.

Torreke is 16 years old and has been a member of the Warren/Holyfield Club for three years; when he grows up, he wants to not only be a professional actor, but also plans to pursue a PhD in criminal psychology.  One of his favorite club activities is Keystone, because of the leadership development it provides (he’s the president).  He says that BGCMA has given him a place to belong and where he is not judged; he says he was a quiet kid before joining the Club and that now his “Humpty Dumpty” shell has been forever broken for the better.  For him, the best part of BGCMA is the world it opened to him – giving him the opportunity to travel and meet people that he never would have otherwise, like Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice.