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Here at last is DracoB.com’s Coverage of the DB’s attending the F.A.X. Tribute

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       A Note from DB:         Hi DracoB Fans and Web Surfers,           It was such a special and touching experience to be surrounded by our sportive family and friends at this F.A.X.  tribute to my father, his life and work. Thank you again to F.A.X. founder, Gwenveria Sargeant and staff, as well as to all of you who were able or hoping to attend. Draco and I are so very touched and proud, and even more so to hear F.A.X’s note that requests for attendance exceeded even their expectations and plans for the event.   I hope all of you enjoy these images of the F.A.X. festivities. I would also like to give an extra thanks to our photographer Leticia Barboza for providing us with the extensive photos! And to our D.Alamander78  of  our staff here at DracoB.com for the following article and her careful fact checking.          Cheers,       Danica B.               Scroll Down for more Images from the Red Carpet and Film Screening    F.A. X. inc Presents their Career of Excellence Award to Photographer, Anthony Barboza     On June 14th F.A.X. (The Fashion Arts Xchange) honored Photographer Anthony Barboza with their “Career of Excellence” Award in honor of Juneteenth. The award was presented to Mr. Barboza by the Founder of the F.A.X. foundation, Gwenveria Sargeant and F.A.X.’s honoree Constance White (Editor-in-Chief of ESSENCE magazine. The ceremony was held at the Brant Park Hotel in New York City, and included a fashion show featuring the work of Designers, Franklin Rowe, Karen Borgella and Daisy  Malone. Following the festivities including, the F.A.X. fashion show,  speeches and a screening of an interview/retrospective of Mr. Barboza’s work arrange by Kenneth Sargeant, the evening was concluded by an after party held at The Sky Room Lounge, Times Square.             Special guests and speakers included the Mistress of Ceremonies, Peggy Dillard- Toone; long-time friend of Anthony Barboza, Supermodel and Business women Beverly Johnson; F.A.X. Designers Franklin Rowe, Karen Borgella, and Daisy Malone, Minister Gloria Jean Pinkney, Margo Turnquest, Blake Carrington, Patty Carpenter, Kena Marcell, Jason Parker, Tracy Reese;…          As well as Mr. Barboza’s friends and associates including his agent and brother Ken Barboza of Ken Barboza Associates, Inc., accompanied by his wife Carmen, and son Ken Jr.; Steven Barboza, Regena Barboza and wife Regina accompanied by his their daughter Yasmine Barboza; Ronald Barboza and his daughter’s Adia Barboza and Bianca Barboza;             Also in attendance: Anthony Barboza’s eldest daughter Leticia Barboza; Mr. Baraboza’s wife actress, Laura Carrington, and their children Danica Barboza, Alexio Barboza, and Lien Barboza.             Close friends and associates in attendance: Draco B; Joe Bethune; Sherry Bronfman; Photographer Keith Majors; painter Frank Wimberley and his wife  Juanita Wimberley; Photographer Herbie Robinson, Photographer Joe Grant, Art Director Ragnar Johnsen, and daughter Karianne, Art Director Aaron Bell, Stylist Debbie Medeiros and more…                 F.A.X. Inc and Draco B .com, notes Special Thanks to: Anthony Barboza– 2012 Award Recipient, Ken Barboza Associates, Inc. Bryant Park Hotel & Adolpho Ramirez, Sales Manger, Peggy Dillard-Toone– Mistress of Ceremonies, Constance White — 2011 Award Recipient, Beverly Johnson — Selected Recipient of FAX’s 2013 Award, Designers: Franklin Rowe, Karen Borgella, Daisy Malone, Event Supporters: UniWorld Group, International Center of Photography, Old Post Liquors-Croton on Hudson,Essence Magazine, Tracy Reese, The Coca-Cola Company, Fashion Manuscript Magazine, ENYCE Theresa Scott, Elle Magazine, Miss Jessie’s LLC, F.A.X. Staff: Kenneth Sargent– Media Design Director & Videographer,Carlton Sargent– Multimedia Technician, Brandon Sargeant — Program Cover Designer, Jacqueline Love — Fashion Showcase Coordinator, Kenya Smith — Photographer, Leticia Barboza — In-house Photographer, Ingrid Alexander — F.A.X Board of Directors Anita Wallace — Virtual Assistant, Jasmine Johnson — Social Media Coordinator, Adrew Eccles – Program Cover Photo, Margo Turnquest — Production Director, Sean McCarthy — for Historical Content, This Page was Edited byA Note from DB:         Hi DracoB Fans and Web Surfers,           It was such a special and touching experience to be surrounded by our sportive family and friends at this F.A.X.  tribute to my father, his life and work. Thank you again to F.A.X. founder, Gwenveria Sargeant and staff, as well as to all of you who were able or hoping to attend. Draco and I are so very touched and proud, and even more so to hear F.A.X’s note that requests for attendance exceeded even their expectations and plans for the event.   I hope all of you enjoy these images of the F.A.X. festivities. I would also like to give an extra thanks to our photographer Leticia Barboza for providing us with the extensive photos! And to our D.Alamander78  of  our staff here at DracoB.com for the following article and her careful fact checking.          Cheers,       Danica B.               Scroll Down for more Images from the Red Carpet and Film Screening    F.A. X. inc Presents their Career of Excellence Award to Photographer, Anthony Barboza     On June 14th F.A.X. (The Fashion Arts Xchange) honored Photographer Anthony Barboza with their “Career of Excellence” Award in honor of Juneteenth. The award was presented to Mr. Barboza by the Founder of the F.A.X. foundation, Gwenveria Sargeant and F.A.X.’s honoree Constance White (Editor-in-Chief of ESSENCE magazine. The ceremony was held at the Brant Park Hotel in New York City, and included a fashion show featuring the work of Designers, Franklin Rowe, Karen Borgella and Daisy  Malone. Following the festivities including, the F.A.X. fashion show,  speeches and a screening of an interview/retrospective of Mr. Barboza’s work arrange by Kenneth Sargeant, the evening was concluded by an after party held at The Sky Room Lounge, Times Square.             Special guests and speakers included the Mistress of Ceremonies, Peggy Dillard- Toone; long-time friend of Anthony Barboza, Supermodel and Business women Beverly Johnson; F.A.X. Designers Franklin Rowe, Karen Borgella, and Daisy Malone, Minister Gloria Jean Pinkney, Margo Turnquest, Blake Carrington, Patty Carpenter, Kena Marcell, Jason Parker, Tracy Reese;…          As well as Mr. Barboza’s friends and associates including his agent and brother Ken Barboza of Ken Barboza Associates, Inc., accompanied by his wife Carmen, and son Ken Jr.; Steven Barboza, Regena Barboza and wife Regina accompanied by his their daughter Yasmine Barboza; Ronald Barboza and his daughter’s Adia Barboza and Bianca Barboza;             Also in attendance: Anthony Barboza’s eldest daughter Leticia Barboza; Mr. Baraboza’s wife actress, Laura Carrington, and their children Danica Barboza, Alexio Barboza, and Lien Barboza.             Close friends and associates in attendance: Draco B; Joe Bethune; Sherry Bronfman; Photographer Keith Majors; painter Frank Wimberley and his wife  Juanita Wimberley; Photographer Herbie Robinson, Photographer Joe Grant, Art Director Ragnar Johnsen, and daughter Karianne, Art Director Aaron Bell, Stylist Debbie Medeiros and more…                 F.A.X. Inc and Draco B .com, notes Special Thanks to: Anthony Barboza– 2012 Award Recipient, Ken Barboza Associates, Inc. Bryant Park Hotel & Adolpho Ramirez, Sales Manger, Peggy Dillard-Toone– Mistress of Ceremonies, Constance White — 2011 Award Recipient, Beverly Johnson — Selected Recipient of FAX’s 2013 Award, Designers: Franklin Rowe, Karen Borgella, Daisy Malone, Event Supporters: UniWorld Group, International Center of Photography, Old Post Liquors-Croton on Hudson,Essence Magazine, Tracy Reese, The Coca-Cola Company, Fashion Manuscript Magazine, ENYCE Theresa Scott, Elle Magazine, Miss Jessie’s LLC, F.A.X. Staff: Kenneth Sargent– Media Design Director & Videographer,Carlton Sargent– Multimedia Technician, Brandon Sargeant — Program Cover Designer, Jacqueline Love — Fashion Showcase Coordinator, Kenya Smith — Photographer, Leticia Barboza — In-house Photographer, Ingrid Alexander — F.A.X Board of Directors Anita Wallace — Virtual Assistant, Jasmine Johnson — Social Media Coordinator, Adrew Eccles – Program Cover Photo, Margo Turnquest — Production Director, Sean McCarthy — for Historical Content, This Page was Edited by

Danica and Anthony Barboza Visiting Artists in the Hamptons

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nica Barboza and Anthony Barboza standing before a painting by Terry Elkins in his studio Photograph by Terry Elkins Danica and her father Anthony Barboza visited artists in the Hamptons for a special in Summer edition in Newsday. As Mr. Barboza photographed the artists at work, Ms. Danica worked on the video interview via handheld camera to

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document both the photographer in action and the different artists as they became the subject themselves. These artists included (by order of appearance in her film documentation): Terry Elkins,   Mike Solomon,   Lucy Winton,   April Gornik,   Fulvio Massi,  Frank Wimberley    Scroll down below to see Anthony Barboza’s photographs as they appeared in Newsday’s special feature on Artist in the Hamptons and  to learn more about each artist. There are certain places in the world that beckon artist, and the East End (of Long Island) is one of them. Years after Abstract Expressionists Jackson Pollock and Willem de Kooning found inspiration in the area, artists April Gornik, Lucy Winton, Frank Wimberley, Fulvio Massi and others – many of whom paint in more contemporary, landscape-inspired styles – have found an outpost for their artistic expressions in Bridgehampton, Sagaponack, Wainscott and other communities on the East End.                                         — Newsday Artist Terry Elkins works in his studio in Sagaponack. He is a painter very influenced by de Kooning … Terry Elkins, recipient of two Pollock-Krasner grants, works figuratively, with a great feel for landscapes; some of his works are huge covering 20 or 30 feet of wall space. His studio was once the studio of painter Frank Stella…        –  Newsday Artist’s Website:    http://terryelkins.com Frank Wimberley (…) in his house in Sag Harbor surrounded by his lush paintings. He paints in the style of Abstract Expressionist, full of large swaths of color in deep tones…      — Newsday Artist’s Website:  http://www.spanierman.com/Wimberley,-Frank/album
Artist Fulvio Massi works in his studio in Bridgehampton. Massi also works as an architect, in Manhattan…                        –Newsday Artist’s Website:   http://www.spanierman.com/Massi,-Fulvio/album  Mike Solomon, son of Abstract Expressionist painter Syd Solomon, works in his studio (… located on his East End estate where he lives year-round)… He creates both paintings and sculptures. Water features especially in his work since Mike is also a surfer…  — Newsday Artist’s website: http://www.mikesolomon.com/  Artist April Gornik works in her studio… (located on her East End estate which she shares with her husband, artist Eric Fischl)      –Newsday   Artist’s Website:  http://www.aprilgornik.com/ Artist Lucy Winton works in her studio in Wainscott… making drawings, paintings and dioramas …  – Newsday Artist’s Website: http://www.lucywinton.com/ Anthony Barboza and Danica Baraboza in Terry Elkins’ studio, photo by Terry Elkins 2 Anthony Barboza, Danica Barboza, Newsday Artist in the Hamptons Terry Elkins, Anthony Barboza, Danica Barboza, Newsday 1 of 26 Terry Elkins, Anthony Barboza, Danica Barboza, Newsday 2 of 26 b Terry Elkins, Anthony Barboza, Danica Barboza, Newsday 3 of 26 Frank Wimberley, Anthony Barboza, Danica Barboza, Newsday 4 of 26 Frank Wimberley, Anthony Barboza, Danica Barboza, Newsday 5 of 26 Fulvio Massi, Anthony Barboza, Danica Barboza,Newsday 6 of 26 Fulvio Massi, Anthony Barboza, Danica Barboza, Newsday 8 of 26 Fulvio Massi, Anthony Barboza, Danica Barboza,Newsday 7 of 26 Fulvio Massi, Anthony Barboza, Danica Barboza, Newsday 9 of 26 Terry Elkins, Anthony Barboza, Danica Barboza, Newsday 10 of 26 Frank Wimberley, Anthony Barboza, Danica Barboza,Newsday 11 of 26 Frank Wimberley, Anthony Barboza, Danica Barboza, Newsday 12 of 26 Frank Wimberley, Anthony Barboza, Danica Barboza, Newsday 13 of 26 Frank Wimberley, Anthony Barboza, Danica Barboza, Newsday 14 of 26 Mike Solomon, Anthony Barboza, Danica Barboza, Newsday 15 of 26 Mike Solomon, Anthony Barboza, Danica Barboza, Newsday 16 of 26 Mike Solomon, Anthony Barboza, Danica Barboza, Newsday 17 of 26 Mike Solomon, Anthony Barboza, Danica Barboza, Newsday 18 of 26 April Gornik, Anthony Barboza, Danica Barboza, Newsday 19 of 26 April Gornik, Anthony Barboza, Danica Barboza, Newsday 20 of 26 April Gornik, Anthony Barboza, Danica Barboza, Newsday 21 of 26 April Gornik, Anthony Barboza, Danica Barboza, Newsday 22 of 26 Lucy Winton, Anthony Barboza, Danica Barboza, Newsday 23 of 26 Lucy Winton, Anthony Barboza, Danica Barboza,Newsday 24 of 26 Lucy Winton, Anthony Barboza, Danica Barboza, Newsday 25 of 26 Lucy Winton, Anthony Barboza, Danica Barboza, Newsday 26 of 26This article was written Edited by D.Alamander78  of : the Staff at DracoB.com Based on the Newsday article printed in August of 2011