- Open Edition
- Giclee on Paper
- Available in a Variety of Sizes
- Afrocentric Theme
- Available Framed or Unframed
An Afrocentric release by Keith Mallett depicting a group of Black women standing together and moving in unison. One holds a newborn child and an umbrella while the other holds a bunch of sunflowers.
Sunflowers have been said to represent unwavering faith, unconditional love, loyalty and adoration.
Open Edition. Offset Lithograph. Available in a variety of sizes. Available framed or unframed.
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Keith MallettKeith Mallett is a recognized and celebrated artist from Pennsylvania. His artwork has been featured in galleries and expos such as Ornette Coleman's Artist House Gallery, Dyanson Galleries, the Tokyo International Art Show and the International Spring Fair. Keith Mallett's artwork has also been featured in many television shows such as Stephan King's "The Stand", "Melrose Place", "Designing Women", "Roseanne" and many others.
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