Design is weaved into Mequitta Ahuja’s exhibit “Flowback.” The artist’s crayon drawings explore the relationships black women have with their hair — the love, hate, tangles, locks, fussing, fighting and showing off. Her works feature women with their heads tilted back so their extra-long ‘dos flow down the canvas. Each tress is textured, some with patterns resembling the night sky, outer space or foliage. A... More >>>