Cynthia Saint James at NC State AACC Gallery


“Until the story of the hunt is told by the Lion, the tale of the hunt will always glorify the hunter.”
– African Proverb

The African American Cultural Center art gallery hosts nationally and internationally recognized artists known for capturing various historical and contemporary happenings related to African American and African diaspora cultures. There are typically 4-6 exhibitions each academic year, open to all members of the NC state and surrounding communities. The art gallery is open Monday – Friday from 9 – 5 p.m.

About the Artist

Bryce Cobbs was born in Roanoke Virginia and his interest in art first started as a kid and from there has grown into a passion, career, and lifestyle. Bryce attended Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond Virginia to further his interests and passion for the arts. He graduated from VCU with a degree in Communication Arts.

Bryce‘s works focus on portraiture and anatomy. Bryce attempts to keep a common narrative with all of his work. Every piece created has a personal goal behind it. The materials in use commonly range from graphite, charcoal, marker, oil paints, and even digital artwork. Each piece has its own way of conveying messages and stories. Bryce is most affectionately known as the creative genius behind Rapper Wale’s album titled “Wow… that’s Crazy”.