In 2018, I collaborated with the non-profit Mosaic to create a public art piece based on the writing of Zora Neale Hurston “How It Feels to Be Colored”, where the community created a tapestry based on the color of their skin. This piece is a visual representation of the cultural and racial diversity, beauty and unity within their community of Little Haiti. Using hand crafted tiles to spell out MOSAIC, the kids used a palette of the 5 primary colors to mix the color of their skin tone. They then got to put the tiles back into the forms to create a beautiful mixed palette signifying we all, really, are the same.