Kelvin Hair has for decades been a torchbearer for the original Florida Highwayman, a popular group of black painters who depicted landscapes of wild Florida from roadsides in the late 1950s and early ’60s.Hair’s paintings of ripe oranges, bright-red poincianas and vivid purple jacarandas mirror the subjects and style of his father, Alfred, one of the 26 Florida Highwaymen who made money in the segregated South by painting with loose, blinding-fast brushstrokes.

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