E. L. Briscoe
E. L. Briscoe was born in LaPlata, MD in Charles County. Briscoe attended Charles County public schools and continued on to study visual art at Charles County Community College (currently the College of Southern Maryland), Morgan State University, (‘95) B.A., Howard University, (‘98) M.F.A. and the University of Baltimore, Communications Design Theory. I am currently an illustration and visual art professor at Morgan State University. Briscoe has exhibited his artwork at The James E. Lewis Museum of Art as well as the African American Museum in Dallas SoWeBo Gallery, Baltimore, The Creative Alliance, National Black Art Show, SOHO, NY, Art-O-Matic, Washington, D.C., Atlanta GA as well as others. Briscoe has also curated exhibitions such as The Evolution of Depression; revisited, drawings by Larry Scott at the James E. Lewis Museum of Art, Energies and Entities, paintings by Doris C. Kennedy and Baltimore City Arts, Turning the Corner.