Escoffery’s on-going fascination with the relationship between abstraction and realism.
“ALL THAT JAZZ”
A series of collages, works on paper, and oils on canvas, exploring Jazz music.
Painting of everyday objects unique to the Jamaican culture.
Thirty-five (35) works on paper dedicated to the memory of the late civil rights leader Malcolm X.
“STARS & STRIPES”
Fifty-six (56) paintings of the US Flag. Escoffery uses the American flag in ways its creator would not have dreamed, presenting it in every imaginable variety of folds and drapes thereby transcending its identity to pure form.
“400 YEARS OF MY PEOPLE”
Seventy-five (75) portraits and paintings depicting the African Diaspora. Images portrayed in these works represent symbols in the struggle of African-Caribbean-American history throughout the past 400 years.
A series of paintings paying tribute to the victims of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. A limited edition print, “Think Liberty,” was published to benefit the families and victims.