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Santa Claus

Jeffrey Kearns
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Description

An open edition work of art depicting an African American Santa Claus with a greyish-white beard and locs. Perfect for those seeking some African American Santa Claus wall art.

Printed on acid-free paper and archival inks to maximize the life of the image. All prints include a 1-inch white border to allow for future framing or matting.

Image size: 36x27.88 inches
Paper Size: 38x29.88 inches

$129.99

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Description

An open edition work of art depicting an African American Santa Claus with a greyish-white beard and locs. Perfect for those seeking some African American Santa Claus wall art.

Printed on acid-free paper and archival inks to maximize the life of the image. All prints include a 1-inch white border to allow for future framing or matting.

Image size: 36x27.88 inches
Paper Size: 38x29.88 inches

Specs.
Edition Open Edition
Framed Unframed
Height 38 inches
Length 29.88 inches
Medium Paper
Signed Unsigned
SKU kearns-santaclaus
Jeffrey Kearns
In 1977, Kerns enrolled at the Art Institute of Atlanta. There he studied advertising, illustration, graphic design and photography. “At art school I learned there are many ways to do art. After being exposed to different artistic styles and opinions, I realized there is no right answer. It’s all a matter of personal taste. This realization caused me to lose interest in art contest,” said Kerns. To fund his art school education, Kerns worked at Dos Amigos, a once popular Mexican restaurant in Atlanta. He started as a dishwasher and quickly worked his way up to kitchen manager. Through Dos Amigos, Kerns met local restaurant owner Tom Nickoloff. Impressed with Kerns’ talent, Nickoloff commissioned Kerns to design the first La Paz Restaurant logo. Shortly after the La Paz job, Kerns began accepting freelance design and illustration assignments from other local companies. After graduating in 1980, Kerns continued to work as a freelance commercial artist.
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