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Creating quenches my thirst for life. I make art for fun, for intellectual & spiritual exploration, for discipline & emotional expression. For me, making art is both meditation and prayer that affirms my self-esteem and proves that I exist. I am designed for one purpose: to use art as a tool to heighten consciousness, proliferating a critical pursuit of freedom, in the spirit of love.

I play with a diverse set of art forms to express my love for humanity and to confront oppression. I draw, paint, collage and take photographs to process ideas that lead to the development of my larger bodies of work. I am particularly interested in working with found objects: the discarded & the abandoned. I enjoy finding and amplifying beauty in things and places that are often overlooked. I also love oil paint; it is often my vehicle for finished works.

In my work, I often address concepts of identity, place, race and environmentalism. I also focus on issues facing the poor and people of color. I seek to shine light on these communities by bringing attention to abandoned spaces, decaying neighborhoods, and the people that live in them.

I am designed for one purpose: to use art as a tool to heighten consciousness, proliferating a critical pursuit of freedom, in the spirit of love.

The Reclamation Project: click images for more info

The Reclamation Project focuses on valuing community, diversity, heritage and inclusion all through a lens of creative recycling, reclaiming the debris of our collective past and present as a way to forge a new future. Using found objects, recycling creatively to address the interplay between poverty, consumerism, and environmentalism, Reclamation also focuses on Identity, exploring how ones surroundings effect their perception of self.


For any inquries about the art, projects, or purchases please feel free to E-mail: basilkincaidart@gmail.com

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The reclamation project emphasizes inclusion in that at its core it is about recognizing our mutual participation in the American experience, and as it expands, in our Global experience as a world community. By taking the art directly to the street it engages community dialogue which encourages inclusion in the issues that we address through the project

Conceptually the project is about a value of diversity, heritage and a value of the beauty within the experience of the oppressed. Reclamation emphasizes how our pain elevates our potential as creative beings. Through recognition of our inner beauty and the beauty of our communities we encourage inclusion in the reclamation process. Inclusion means many things to me but foremost it means equal opportunity to have a voice in the creative dialogues that shape our culture and consciousness. By providing access to art making and by spreading an awareness of found object assemblage and sculpture we share tools with the community that show people that despite what level of ability people think that they have with relation to the arts, we all have the ability to create and make a difference through creative recycling.