Stan Squirewell  is a US-born artist that lives and works in  Kentucky.  His artistic training began at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts. He has studied under many of DC’s legends including artists such as Michael Platt and Lou Stovall.

Mr. Squirewell is a painter, photographer, installation, and performance artist. His work is multilayered and his subject matter tackles themes such as race and memory through mythology, sacred geometry, and science.


He draws his inspiration from theory books, science fiction movies and novels, avant-garde jazz, and indigenous storytelling.


His work is privately and publically collected,. They are located in the Reginald Lewis Museum, the Robert Steele Collection, and recently acquired by the Smithsonian for the African American Museum (2015.)

 Artists in the Exhibition




Jelili Atiku, Nigeria   

Chika Aneke, Nigeria

Johnnie Bess, US 

Willie Cole, US

Renee Cox, Jamaica/US

Roberto Diago, Cuba

Oliver Enwonwu, Nigeria

Jallim Eudovic, St. Lucia 

Mark Fleuridor, Haiti

Tracy Guiteau, US/Haiti

Saudia Jones, USVI

Carl Juste, Haiti

Eli Kince, US 

Derreck Grant, Jamaica/Canada

Guilain Iradukuna, Rwanda

Ya La'ford,  US/Jamaica 

Kandy Lopez, US/Dominican Republic

Whitfield Lowell, US  

Armando Marino, Cuba 

Zeek Mathias, Haiti 

Robert McKnight, US

Manuel Mendive, Cuba 

Terri Meredith, US

Mikael Owunna, Nigeria 

Rene Pena, Cuba

Samdi, Haiti

Dr. Joyce Scott, US                                       

Stan Squirewell, US                                
Curtis Talwst Santiago, Canada

Laurence Walden, US       

Basil Watson, Jamaica

Hank Willis, US    




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