Still on My Mind

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  • Limited Edition. Edition Size of 850pcs (Offset Lithograph) or 25pcs (Giclee on Canvas)
  • Available on paper or canvas
  • Ships signed and numbered and with a certificate of authenticity from the artist
  • Black Historical Theme
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During a moment of quiet reflection, the echoes of an era still reverberate in her soul. She envisions proud warriors and innocent children forced into chains. She acknowledges the pain of men, women, and children forced to march to the sea, then held captive on the coast before embarking on the arduous journey across the Atlantic destined for the agonizing shackles of bondage and slavery.

The Middle Passage, the horrific journey of her ancestors from Africa to the Americas on overcrowded slave ships is a constant presence in her thoughts. She shudders from the thoughts of the cramped conditions, the fear, and the despair that must have filled those ships. She thinks of people torn from their homes and families, their dignity stripped away as they were sold and enslaved.

The taint of the slave trade has left scars in her spirit and tears in her eyes. The thought of 11 states and 2 claimed territories, members of the confederacy, willing to secede from the Union and start a war so they could keep her people in chains doesn't escape her. It never will.

However, she has somehow channeled the pain and struggle of the past into activism and action, seeking to make a difference in the lives of the present and future. She has refused to let the atrocities of the past be forgotten or repeated and has committed herself to making her ancestors proud.

It's still on her mind, a reminder not of victimhood, but a story of survival and resistance. A call to remember, acknowledge, and most importantly to act!

A limited edition work of art by K.A. Williams II available as lithograph or a hand embellished giclee on canvas.  Ships signed and numbered and with a  certificate of authenticity from the artist.

Lithograph: 32x24 inches (image size), 36.5x27 inches (paper size). Edition size of 850pcs.

Giclee on Canvas: 40x30 inches (image size), 46x367 inches (canvas size). Edition size of 25pcs.

Cert. Of Authenticity Ships with a certificate of authenticity from the artist
Edition Limited Edition
Edition Size Edition size varies depending upon edition. See product description for additional details.
Framed Unframed
Height Avaialble in a variety of sizes. Select your size and medium of preference
Length Avaialble in a variety of sizes. Select your size and medium of preference.
Medium Paper or Canvas
Signed Ships signed and numbered by the artist
SKU wak-still


Kevin A. Williams better known by the art moniker WAK, his initials backwards, is an American painter and businessman from Chicago’s Southside. He is one of the most celebrated figurative storytellers of this era with his collection of paintings being the most widely circulated urban fine art series in the world.

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Patricia S.

Beyond Satisfied!!

Outstanding Artwork! Masterfully Done!! This Artist Is Truly Gifted.


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I love this print! It is going in my den over the fireplace. I'm having it framed, and everyone at the store loved it.


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Cecil M.

still on my mind, damn right!

Love it! Simply BEAUTIFUL! I can Feel it, I lived it, and Live it. The history we have on our backs makes me proud of who I am, black and pride. and its always on my mind.


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I think this piece is

I think this piece is not only beautiful but thought provoking. It is a work that influences so many conversations and I love it.


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She is so beautiful

She is so beautiful


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