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Daughters of the King

Sharon Cope
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An African-American wall calendar that features the art of Sharon Cope. Each a month an image by Sharon Cope of an African American woman is accompanied by a powerful inspirational sentiment sure to motivate the viewer. This calendar was created to remind us all that all things are possible when you submit to his will and truly become a daughter of the king!

Each calendar measures 12x12 inches and truly make great gifts for yourself or a friend!

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Description

An African-American wall calendar that features the art of Sharon Cope. Each a month an image by Sharon Cope of an African American woman is accompanied by a powerful inspirational sentiment sure to motivate the viewer. This calendar was created to remind us all that all things are possible when you submit to his will and truly become a daughter of the king!

Each calendar measures 12x12 inches and truly make great gifts for yourself or a friend!

Specs.
Edition Open Edition
Height 12 inches
Length 12 inches
Medium Paper
Signed Unsigned
SKU WC169
Year Released 2017
Sharon Cope
Sharon Cope, a native of Florida, has taken an unordinary approach to her artwork. Always looking for affordable ways to create her works of art, even as an artist who works with paint daily, she quickly found traditional paintbrushes restricting. “I originally painted with my fingers but was embarrassed about constantly having paint under my nails,” she says. This embarrassment led to a new discovery. One day, while shuffling through a drugstore, someone suggested Q-tips as an affordable alternative to the classic paintbrush. The rest, as they say, is history. Sharon prefers to find her inspiration in her place of worship. Since all of her artwork is inspired by her Christian faith, the church is the perfect place to find subjects. Her subjects tend to be women and children because they are often, according to Sharon, “more expressive.”
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