David Driskell was a scholar of African American art, a gifted curator, and an exceptional painter and printmaker who lived in the D.C. area for much of his life. His work spans an impressive array of disciplines, and he seemed to never run out of ideas of his own, but he didn’t always go it alone. Curlee R. Holton is a Master Printer and owner of Raven Editions, a fine art publishing studio in Pennsylvania. Together the pair worked on projects from 2003 until Driskell’s death in 2020, producing the 40 works that make up the current exhibit at Pyramid Atlantic. A set of preparatory sketches shows the step-by-step process that Driskell and Holton used to select colors and separate the layers of the prints. The works, many of them made in the last several years of Driskell’s life, show a richness of experimentation with both printmaking techniques and subject matter. Characters from African, Greek, Roman, and biblical folklore crop up in several scenes, and are often rendered with the same serene poses and expressions as the figures in quiet domestic scenes. Lush botanic elements adorn the compositions, and rich layers of color seem to glow. A Collaboration of Creativity: Print Work of David C. Driskell runs through March 19 at Pyramid Atlantic Arts Center in Hyattsville. pyramidatlanticartcenter.org. Free.