Skip to main content

"Beat Street" volume one

visualizes a 7-year journey. by George Edward Freeney Jr. an Eyes an Main Street Photographer. at the Eyes on Main Street Gallery! in Wilson North Carolina. April 06th-30th 2022 Opens 13 April 2022. has Limited Edition AP Prints. online RSVP registration! an Artist Talk. with virtual access. and online ordering. Eyes on Main Street 8th Edition Limited Editions! is visual storytelling. advocates for #MakeArtMakeAware. is about self-discoveries. is about a passion for photography. is a journey of personal definition. is Street Photography. shows people in their spaces. shares some artography! paints with light a lot!. shares 5-minute long-exposures! has new Augmented Reality images. famous Graffiti Artists in Seattle Washington. is all about Splendor in San Antonio Texas. visits 3 countries in 15 minutes from Basel Switzerland. is culture shocked in La Tieule France. is "Tiny Street Dancing" in Montpellier France. takes you to beautiful Aubrac France. is Paris France by foot. shares outdoor Pizza in Sainte-Enimie France. plays with light in Antelope Canyon Arizona. is about Rock Stars in Tucson Arizona. walks with Long Horns on Polk St. in Amarillo Texas. is marching in Washington DC. is Presidential in Colonial Williamsburg Virginia. is Eyes on Youth Photography. has Cadillac Ranches! has Space Needles. has Towers of Friendships. and Whirligig Festivals! experienced many cultures. celebrates communities shared. is full of notions. but has no more narratives. journey ends in Wilson North Carolina closes on 30 April 2022. hopes to inspire leaps of faith. is thankful for everyone along the way.

the Black Book: projects

African American Descendant Narratives
Black Book Projects Celebrates -2022 Black History Month
2019 – Present

Augmented Reality Immersive Photography

The Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers’ Project, 1936-1938 contains more than 2,300 first-person accounts of slavery and 500 black-and-white photographs of former slaves.  These narratives were collected in the 1930s as part of the Federal Writers’ Project of the Works Progress Administration, later renamed Work Projects Administration.  

At the conclusion of the Slave Narrative project, a set of edited transcripts was assembled and microfilmed in 1941 as the seventeen-volume Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States from Interviews with Former Slaves.

To advocate the need for assisting Black American Genealogy repair, George has chosen to base Phase II “Champion” of The Black Book Projects on the approach of the Born in Slavery: Slave Narratives from the Federal Writers’ Project of 1936, to create a volume series of Enslaved African American Descendant Narratives.  

The first volumes of written and visual Narrative assets will be used to create create recorded YouTube channel episodes, Augmented Reality Photography Public Installations, and a hardcover Photomentary Narrative book.

All Genealogy information is gained using extant documentation, public records, or Family Recall Information.  The identities of living individuals is not shared publicly and are displayed as private in any public online service.

Learn More ...

2022 Public Exhibitions

Eyes on “Beat Street” volume one.

Eyes on Main Street Gallery
126 -128 Goldsboro Street
Wilson, North Carolina
06 April 2022
Artist Talk


“Eyes on Youth” Photography at The SPOT Exhibition

An Eye’s on Main Street, Inc., Diane Dammeyer Initiative project with children at the SPOT youth center in Wilson, NC.

Eyes on Main Street Gallery
126 -128 Goldsboro Street
Wilson, North Carolina
06 April 2022


“A Walk in their Shoes”

Random Acts of Kindness Public Art Outdoor Installation with “Dottie’s Kids”

The SPOT Youth Center
Wilson, North Carolina
May 2022



6x6x2022 – The International Small Art Phenomenon
view last year

Rochester Contemporary Art Center
Rochester, New York
June 4 – July 17, 2022


Eyes on Main Street 8th Edition

Eyes on Main Street Street Exhibition in Historic Downtown Wilson, NC
Wilson, North Carolina
OPENS: 21 October 2022 – March 2023


The Black Book: African American Descendant Narratives

Rusk, Texas
Austin, Texas
December 2022


[firstName] [lastName] from [city], purchased [title] [time].