The 13-17 piece collection is about putting one's past behind them and moving on. He states, "It's so easy to get hung up and crippled by our past. I did that and I'm over it. But it's not just about personal difficulties because it applies to this country's mentality as well. People are so caught up with complaining that they're missing out on the fact that things are actually pretty good. It's time to live again, to revive our spirit come hell or high water."
"Hell Bent on Revival" will debut in Beverly Hills at the former home of Musician Prince (who coincidentally is a current Jehovah's Witness). Invited press and guests will enjoy wine and champagne, tour the home, and view Black's art which will be adorning the walls throughout the home.
Since Jess is an avid animal rights activist, 10% of all proceeds with benefit Kari Whitman's Ace of Hearts Dog Rescue. This is a Los Angeles based dog rescue group that saves dogs from Los Angeles county shelters on the day they're scheduled to be euthanized and places them in foster and permanent homes.
Black's art value at this show ranges from $3,000 to $6,500. Price is affected by composition and size. This is a private event so if one is planning on attending he should ensure he is on the guest list by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.