His bold, vibrant images can be spotted throughout the Detroit metropolitan region. Chances are if you've visited Mexicantown , Greektown, the Cultural Center, Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, Detroit Athletic Club or any number of other landmark community attractions, you've encountered the remarkable work diverse work of master artist Hubert Massey. Because of his extensive work with children with disabilities, In 2016, he was an award recipient for 2016 as VSA Michigan Educator of the Year.VSA is the states organization on Arts and disabilities . An award-winning Kresge Fine Arts Fellow, his distinctive fresco murals grace the halls of such visible Michigan destinations as the Flint Institute of the Arts, Detroit Athletic Club, and his alma mater, Grand Valley State University, where he earned an honorary doctorate of fine arts in 2012. In 2014 the Detroit Regional Convention Facility Authority commissioned Hubert to create the first large-scale mural completed for Cobo Center since 1987. A fresco painting, the mural will feature images and tell stories of Detroit community pride. Hubert studied at the University of London’s Slade Institute of Fine Arts and later learned the centuries-old fresco technique from former assistants of legendary artist Diego Rivera. Today Hubert is the only known, African American commissioned fresco artist in America.
Hubert's ArtPrize Entries
These are Hubert's official ArtPrize entries from this year and past years.
Hubert's Past Work
These are images of past work that Hubert has done.