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Brooklyn Breeze

Bryan Collier
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A work of art by award-winning and celebrated illustrator and artist Bryan Collier. This release depicts an African American woman relaxing in her home in during a summer day and enjoying a cool breeze. It is a mixed media work of art. Watercolor Collage.

Limited Edition release. Edition size of 300 pieces per size. Signed and Numbered. Giclee on Paper. Certificate of Authenticity from the artist.


16x20 inches - Giclee on Paper - Edition Size: 300 pcs - $324.99
24x36 inches - Giclee on Paper - Edition Size: 300 pcs - $599.99

$324.99

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Description

A work of art by award-winning and celebrated illustrator and artist Bryan Collier. This release depicts an African American woman relaxing in her home in during a summer day and enjoying a cool breeze. It is a mixed media work of art. Watercolor Collage.

Limited Edition release. Edition size of 300 pieces per size. Signed and Numbered. Giclee on Paper. Certificate of Authenticity from the artist.


16x20 inches - Giclee on Paper - Edition Size: 300 pcs - $324.99
24x36 inches - Giclee on Paper - Edition Size: 300 pcs - $599.99
Specs.
Cert. Of Authenticity Ships with a Certificate of Authenticity from the Artist
Edition Limited Edition
Edition Size 300 Pieces
Framed Unframed
Height Available in a Variety of Sizes. See Product Description.
Length Available in a Variety of Sizes. See Product Description.
Medium Giclee on Paper
Signed Ships Signed and Numbered by the Artist
SKU collier-brooklyn
Bryan Collier
Today Bryan Collier spends his time working on his book illustrations, creating his own studio pieces, and going into classrooms to talk with teachers, librarians, and students about books and art. "I get so much from those school visits. With the books I've been doing, I have this amazing opportunity to bring my art and the process of making artwork and books into the classroom. I ask the students to talk to me and talk to each other about how they feel and what their own experiences are. Basically I ask them to tell their own story. Then I ask them to tell their own story through art. The experience of making art is all about making decisions. Once the kids really get that, you see them making the connection. They go from saying, 'That's not about me' to 'Hey. Look at me. This is who I am.'
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