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At The Crossroads

Lester Kern
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An open edition work of art by Lester Kern depicting an African American man and woman standing at the crossroads of life. They have to make a decision about what path they will follow as they move forward in life. On one side is the path to salvation and into the arms of the heavenly father and on the other is a path to death and destruction via the forces of darkness.

Available in a variety of sizes both framed and unframed.

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Description

An open edition work of art by Lester Kern depicting an African American man and woman standing at the crossroads of life. They have to make a decision about what path they will follow as they move forward in life. On one side is the path to salvation and into the arms of the heavenly father and on the other is a path to death and destruction via the forces of darkness.

Available in a variety of sizes both framed and unframed.

Specs.
Edition Open Edition
Framed No
Medium Art Print
Lester Kern
Lester Kern was born on Feb. 26, 1955 in Milwaulkee, WI. Lester developed a love for art as a child and it wasn't long before his talent was noticed. He and his brother Harrison received a scholarship from the Milwaukee Art Museum at the young ages of 6 and 10 years old. By the age of 13, Lester was already being paid for his artwork and had clients such as the Echo Writer's Workshop. Though Lester Kern never graduated from college, he did attend the University of Wisconsin-Superior on an Art Scholarship but he felt confined in school and yearned to do more of the art that he loved.
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