Pantheon of Akatas: Survivor
Zeal Harris creates urban-vernacular visual stories. Her influences are highly eclectic and include; Southern Black folk art, Asian scroll paintings, Persian miniatures, Mexican ex-votos, and Afrofuturist literature. She lives in Los Angeles and is from Virginia and Washington D.C.. A sampling of past exhibition venues for Zeal includes; The California African-American Museum, Prizm Art Fair, Satellite Art Fair, Ghetto Biennale in Haiti, and the Mesa Contemporary Arts Museum in Arizona. She has been highlighted by Art News Magazine, LA Weekly, Los Angeles Times, Huffington Post, Obsidian Journal, Pacifica Radio, Fabrik Magazine, and Clocktowe.