Artist-in-Residence next door to World Stage
Ramsess initially rented his studio space from Dale and Alonzo Davis of the Brockman Gallery. He lived on Degnan Blvd. in his studio until he was forced to move in 2002, due to the sale of the building and the subsequent landlord’s exorbitant rent increases. He travels around the country displaying and selling his work at art shows. His subject matter includes jazz legends and historical black figures in the arts. He works in stained glass, mosaic and sandblast glass, but also sells his own designed and silk-screened calendars, t-shirts and greeting cards.