My name is Alexandria Searles  also known as Morowa Mosai.  I attended Charleston Southern University as a Graphic design Major and Communication minor.  I am a creative!  I specialize in creating original works of art.

My style can be described as Afrocentric and Empowered Feminity.  The visual arts allows me to express myself, a physical  window to my soul.  I feel fortunate that I am able to use this gift to inspire, advocate, and promote diversity across racial and cultural divides. 

It is my goal to inspire others to pursue their dreams with urgency, advocate for people of color and women, while forging a bridge through our shared commonalties- we are more alike than we are different. I provide the following experiences: live event paintings, paint classes, and commissioned works. 

 For the last 4 years I have hosted a Black History Experience in Charleston.  A painting promoting “Unity” hangs in Mayor Tecklenberg’s office.  I've created a moving mural through Low Country Local Works (Chicora Neighborhood), been featured on “Bounce Around Charleston”, and Her Story podcast.   I currently teach art techniques to middle school children through Metanoia, and collaborate with violinist Daniel D. via Facebook Live- he plays while, I paint.  I continue to evolve as an artist and hone my craft by experimenting with new mediums and techniques.