Censorship: No Voice
- Limited Edition
- Edition Size of 250
- Available on Paper or Canvas
- Ships Signed and Numbered by the Artist with a Certificate of Authenticity
- Hand Embellished Canvas Editions are Available
“Censorship is to art as lynching is to justice.” - Henry Louis Gates Jr.
The suppression of expression, the suppression of artistic voices, or the voices attempting to share history as it is. From Critical Race Theory to the 1619 Project to Art deemed to be "controversial", the list goes on and on. The threat of censorship, bans, and attempts to silence those sharing factual statements about Black History and US History in schools and the streets looms larger than ever.
Thomas Williams channels this sentiment in this work of art. In the background, you see scenes from the struggle African Americans have experienced in the United States to gain equality. The Black man in front wants to share their story but his voice has been silenced by US citizens who don't want this truth shared.
He is fighting to remove this gag, this silencer, the censorship so that he can share his truth and speak this truth to power.
Available as a Giclee on Paper or Giclee on Canvas in a variety of sizes. Limited edition. Edition size of 250pcs.
Giclee on Paper: 29x20 inches (Paper Size) - 27x18 inches (Image Size) - Cost: $74.99
Giclee on Canvas: 54x38 inches (Paper Size) - 48x32 inches (Image Size) - Cost: $649.99
Hand Embellished Giclee on Canvas: 54x38 inches (Paper Size) - 48x32 inches (Image Size) - Cost: $949.99
Note: The Giclee on Canvas ships unstretched and rolled in a tube. It isn't available for expedited shipping because it is made on demand. It typically takes 3 to 12 business days to process and ship this site on Canvas.
|Cert. Of Authenticity||Certificate of Authenticity from the Artist|
|Height||Available in a Variety of Sizes. See Product Description.|
|Length||Available in a Variety of Sizes. See Product Description.|
|Medium||Paper or Canvas|
|Signed||Signed and Numbered by the Artist|
Thomas WilliamsI see my artwork as a physical embodiment of my creativity and vision, which gives them a more lifelike quality. I love experimenting with all types of media, including acrylic paints, pastels, watercolors, and airbrushes. By using these different tools, I can turn my ideas into realistic and vivid images. The artists of the Baroque period are my main inspiration because they managed to capture both emotion and action in their art. By combining my imagination with what I see around me, I am able to create beautiful works of art.
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