Madam C.J. Walker
Created 2018 by Kelsi Adams
What you see here is a work of art made completely out of photographs, most of which I take. I blend multiple pieces of these photos together to create a new and unique work of art. Each print is done on photographic paper, signed numbered and dated in a white mat, ready to frame.
This work is of a beautiful African American woman standing in a dying cotton field, inspired by the life of Sarah Breedlove, aka Madam C.J. Walker, who was one of the first female millionaires in the United States. She was also a philanthropist, entrepreneur and social activist. She was the first in her family to be born free, yet on a cotton plantation in LA, which is why I placed her with her ghostly roots in a cotton field.
Some of the proceeds from the canvas print #10 of this image will go to an African American Charity in honor of Sarah. Canvas are sold in art festivals, galleries and directly through me.
*I do fine art Festivals throughout the year so each Item is printed to order rather than sitting in inventory. Please keep in mind that it will ship within 2 days of your order depending on immediate availability.
Medium- 8x8 print in a 12x12 white mat.
Large- 12x12 print in a 16x16 white mat.
Card- cards are handmade 4x4 prints on kraft paper, blank inside with matching envelopes. Overall size is 5x5.
Every print in signed and numbered, ready to frame. Free Shipping.