The Wilbur N. Daniel African American Cultural Center houses a variety of African American artwork, but for the month of February, in honor of Black History Month, the WNDAACC will be displaying original art by alumna, Miesha Arnold.

The featured piece is entitled “Black Ink, Blue Collar.” The exhibit features Arnold’s watercolors, which are colorful and abstract.

TheWNDAACC art exhibit has been showcasing work by students for a while and still houses many original pieces by APSU students as well as artwork donated to the center. The WNDAACC has worked with Miesha Arnold with her work in the past.

Arnold’s art will be displayed in the WNDAACC, Clement 120 Monday, Feb. 2 through Tuesday, Feb. 27.

The reception for Arnold’s work is Thursday, Feb. 26 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. This is Arnold’s second exhibition at the center, as the young artist presented the exhibition “Fail Forward” in Feb. 2014.

There will also be a silent auction held for Arnold’s work. The silent auction will be for her piece titled, “American Dream.” All funds from the silent auction will be donated to the WNDAACC. Art will also be on sale throughout the month.

The exhibition will not only focus on Arnold, but also feature jewelry from Cecilia Arnold and artwork from Jonathan Penn.

For more information on this exhibition or other Black History Month events, visit the center’s website. TAS