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A colorful and brilliant limited edition piece by Larry "Poncho" Brown that features a church choir with their hands outstretched as the give all praise and glory to the Heavenly Father through song and dance. This piece was originally commissioned by the Douglass Memorial Community Church Inspirational Choir of Baltimore, Maryland in 2009.


Limited Edition: 62pcs (Edition Size) - $300.00 (Cost)

Artist Proof: 19pcs (Edition Size) - $400.00 (Cost)

Remarque: 12pcs (Edition Size) - $500.00 (Cost)


$300.00

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Description

A colorful and brilliant limited edition piece by Larry "Poncho" Brown that features a church choir with their hands outstretched as the give all praise and glory to the Heavenly Father through song and dance. This piece was originally commissioned by the Douglass Memorial Community Church Inspirational Choir of Baltimore, Maryland in 2009.


Limited Edition: 62pcs (Edition Size) - $300.00 (Cost)

Artist Proof: 19pcs (Edition Size) - $400.00 (Cost)

Remarque: 12pcs (Edition Size) - $500.00 (Cost)


Specs.
Cert. Of Authenticity Certificate of Authenticity Provided by the Artist
Edition Limited Edition
Framed Unframed
Height 22 inches
Length 29 inches
Medium Giclee
Signed Signed and Numbered by the Artist
SKU labr128
Year Released 2009
Larry Brown
Larry "Poncho" Brown, is a native of Baltimore, MD. He started his first business at the age of 17 as a signwriter and he has been a full time artist ever since. Poncho received his Bachelors of Fine Arts degree from the Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD. His art, both fine and commercial, has been published nationally in Upscale, Ebony, Ebony Man, Essence, and Jet magazines. In February '99 his art was featured in the UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History Textile Series No. 2 book entitled "Wrapped In Pride". His popular works have been prominently featured on several TV shows and movies including "Soulfood", "The Wire", "A Different World", "In The House" and "Avalon". His work adorns the walls of the likes of Bill Cosby, Dick Gregory, Anita Baker, Susan Taylor, Ed Gordon and Bernard Bronner just to name a few.
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