Daniel Minter

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Daniel Minter (born 1963) is an African-American artist who works in paint and sculpture. Born in the small rural community of Ellaville, Georgia, Minter is a graduate of The Art Institute of Atlanta and is a professional illustrator, arts educator, painter and sculptor. He created the new Kwanzaa stamp issued in 2004.

Minter now lives in Portland, Maine,[1] where he continues his creative work and assists with The Underground Railroad, of which he is a board member. Minter's work has appeared at many shows throughout Portland and can be seen in the official logos of the Underground Rail-Road and the Maine Interfaith Youth Alliance.

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  1. ^ "Art review: Darkness amid radiance for Isaacs and Minter". Press Herald. 2017-07-23. Retrieved 2017-12-13.