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Kingsberry Copper

A Timeless Artist

Welcome to Kingsberry Copper. Kingsberry's love for art was reinforced after visiting Palestine in 2017.  Kingsberry was moved by the oppression of the Palestinian people and wanted to express the emotions that consumed him on the trip. The first work created after the trip to Palestine was "The Burden of Palestine." Other works highlight discriminatory laws against children, the challenges of "The Wall" separating Israeli and Palestinian people, the Baptism of Christ and works promoting the rich beauty and benefit, heritage and traditions of Africa.

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Stephen Kingsberry

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Exhibition at Christina Cultural Art Center

October 5, 2018 - November 27, 2018

The exhibit seeks to inform people about the struggles of the Palestinians living under occupation.  Other work highlights the discriminatory laws against children,  the challenges of the "Wall" separating Israel from Palestine. The work also details the difficult living conditions of Palestinians. Additional pieces promote the rich beauty, heritage and traditions of Africa and its people throughout the world.

Listen to Stephen's Interview with Paul Weagraff

September 30, 2018

Stephen was interviewed for the Delaware State of the Arts Podcast, which you can listen to here!

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Story of An Artist

Stephen Kingsberry

I studied art at Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn, New York. My art was primarily promoting the benefit and beauty, heritage and traditions of Africa through its inhabitants throughout the world. My love for art was renewed after a trip to Palestine in 2017. I was moved by the oppression of the Palestinian people. An expression of the emotions from the trip produced the "Burden of Palestine."

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"Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere."

Martin Luther King, Jr.

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109 Ramunno Cir
Hockessin, New Castle County 19707


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