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b.1999) Griffin has used art as a creative outlet in which she could explore her mind's inner dialogue. Griffin's artwork is a visual representation of how she interprets her perspective on life and people through her characters and compelling, narrative-driven storytelling. Aspects of identity, politics, and African American culture can be found in Griffin's work. As Griffin integrates abstract brushstrokes, proliferating limbs, and dramatized facial expressions into each subject, Griffin reveals the emotional and mental state of each figure at that given moment in time. Griffin proclaims the personality and the plot of her work are sources driven by her life experiences, culture, music, and everyday life. Griffin's work has been exhibited at the Non-Profit Organization Love Your Rebellion's Murals on Tour Traveling Group Exhibition (2021-2022), the Alliance For The Art's Members' Group Exhibition Challenging Stereotypes (2022), and the "JUST SAY GAY" Group Art Exhibition with Fabulous Art Foundation (2022). 

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