With a background in theatre and visual art, Mr. Fair focuses in pastel drawings with theoccasionalacrylic paintings.Previous media include intaglio printmaking, wood sculpture, graphic design, as well as modeling andperformance art.

Recent exhibitionsincludeCreated In Their Own Wayat Gateway Arts Center,Crucial Steps: Recent Work by Justin Fairwith the Hyattsville Community Arts Alliance, and an Artist-In-Residency at the Gateway Arts Center.Recent performances/talksinclude DC RAWsStimulus, as well as artists talks at Busboys and Poets Hyattsville, Gateway Arts Center, Hillyer Art Space,and Urban Eats Arts & Music Caf.

Recent performances includeperforming asLorenzoin African-American Collective TheatresDamage Controlby Alan Sharpe at Warehouse Theatre (Spring 2011), asOscarinMon Chatonby Thembi Duncans at H Street Playhouse (Fall 2010), and as a featured model with KabbaV Fashion (Fall 2010). Fall 2010, performed asUnderstudy/Member#1inAm I Black Enough Yet?by Clinton Johnson with the University of Maryland School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center; and Spring 2010 asWill Rogersin UMsThe Measure of Our Livesoriginal monologist series at the National Portrait Gallery.

Recent graphic design credits includeGraphic Material editing and web design formatting forHyattsville CDCfor both the CDC, and for theAnnual Downtown Hyattsville Arts Festival;Telamon Corporationof Richmond, Virginia, with whomhe designed a tri-fold promotional poster to promote workers’ union rights; web design for Opera SingerDavid Fair, LithographerMargo Humphrey;AAPowerman Home Improvement Group;and The Heritage Players.


To learn more about Mr. Fair’s work, his website features his portfolio with CV, artist statement, mailing list and social media.Mr. Fair also can be found online, as he often promotes and covers arts events across the DMV@soulstrong. Lastly, he can also be found onYoutubeand onFacebook. Also available for commission.