A small gallery showcases an intriguing array of African-American artists, many self-taught. 

In 2006, James E. "P-Wee" White was working night turn at a juvenile-detention facility in Florida. To stay awake, in the 10-minute intervals between room-checks he rendered friends' portraits in pencil, based on their driver's licenses. While P-Wee hadn't drawn much before,…

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