Born in Harlem, Jacqueline Amos has lived for thirty years. She is a graduate of Medgar Evers College. Jacqueline spends most of her time writing poetry is lyrics to new songs. Jacqueline is also a Rythem and Blues Singer. Jacqueline has performed in many establishments with her drummers. The Somhajah Drums. Jacqueline begins writing 20 years ago. Jacqueline is a graduate of Medgar Evers College, Which she received her degree in Art and minored in education.
Jacqueline has been featured with Bcat TV. which she performed one women show. The resurrection of a spiritual Poet an Artist. Jacqueline has an up coming CD. Jacqueline has also been featured with Grassroots' connections, TV. She has also been featured with Roundtable Radio. Jacqueline was also featured on Medgar Evers College Radio. Jacqueline has preformed with many bands. She recites her poetry and sings rhythm and blues.
Jacqueline has been featured in 18 one-woman shows. Jacqueline is documented with Brooklyn Council of the Arts, Museum of Modern Art, United Freedom Foundation, Olympic Visions in Harlem, John F. Kennedy Performing Arts, Humanitarian Services Award, Harlem State Building, International Directory of Artist, American artist for famous Artist, Schaumburg Library of Black Studies, Proclamation from Borough President of Brooklyn, Plaque, Rhythm an Blues Singer, Nominated to receive the international Merit Award of Poetry, International Library of Poetry, and many other Poetic forms. Jacqueline has been also documented Black Poet Society, and One Million Movement. Which she performed at the Harlem State Building.
Jacqueline is also affiliated with Medgar College Alumni. Jacqueline created a painting for Honorable Winnie Mandela at the Victoria Theater. Jacqueline has spent most of her time donating many of her paintings to charities. Whether it is her services to programs for children. Jacqueline donated 5 paintings all proceeds donated to the children of Assin Kruwa For Brand New School House. Which was honored to chief test Zakia of Harlem. She has also volunteered her services to human life. Jacqueline honored the late Queen Mother Moore a painting In My Fathers House. Queen Mother Moore marched with Martin Luther King, Marcus Garvey, Medgar Evers and many civil rights leaders.
Many Collectors hold Jacqueline's works of Art. Doctors, Universities, Hospitals, Churches, Banks, Corporations. Her work can be viewed at: http://www.absolutearts.com/portfolios/j/jackieamos. You can also find more of her poetry at AuthorsDen.
You can contact Ms. Amos via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by sending an e-mail to TimBookTu and it will be forwarded.