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An image of the scarf against a white background. The scarf is painterly and vibrant, with line drawn scribbled accents and spots of color that look almost like blots of paint. The scarf has olive greens, tans, bright oranges, reds, pinks, yellows and blues, alongside moments of black and white accompanying the color.A person is wearing the scarf draped over an oatmeal sweater. They are wearing sunglasses and a grey beret, and you can see a cobble stone city street lined with trees and fall foliage behind them.

Artist Edition

Moe Brooker x FWM

Listen with your eyes ttgg (scarf)



In his 2010 print on silk, the late Philadelphia artist Moe Brooker, a preacher’s son, conjures the sounds and emotional vibrance that recall his childhood in the church through its vivid colors and abstracted forms. Brooker was often artistically inspired by his faith and regularly incorporated “ttgg” (”To the Glory of God”) as a recognition of his religious devotion.

Moe Brooker, in collaboration with The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia.

Listen with your eyes ttgg, 2010
Digital print on 100% silk crepe de chine
40 x 40 inches

Meet the Artist

Moe Brooker

Moe Brooker's brilliantly colored abstract canvases are characterized by a varied array of mark-making and recessive space with layered, juxtaposed patterns and a lively sense of formal invention. Following his education at the Tyler School of Art and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in the early 1970s, the artist decided to move from semi-figurative paintings to pure abstraction, explaining this change as due to a desire to paint vibrant and rich African-American culture but lacking the representational iconography to do so.

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