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Cotton Grass

Jerome T. White
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This series was inspired by the Underground Rail Road and the symbolism of the pinwheel (Meaning to turns one's luck around). I used children to reflect a bright future for things to come. They are meant to inspire and to allow the veiwer to reflect on times as a child growing up. - Jerome T. White

This work of art depicts a young African American girl standing a field of cotton holding a pinwheel. 

A beautiful open edition giclee from the hands, heart, soul and mind of the talented Cleveland based artist Jerome White. Printed on acid-free paper using archival inks to guarantee high quality and long life.

Available as a giclee on paper in a 12x12 inch size. This item is made on demand and takes three to five days to produce and ship.

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Description

This series was inspired by the Underground Rail Road and the symbolism of the pinwheel (Meaning to turns one's luck around). I used children to reflect a bright future for things to come. They are meant to inspire and to allow the veiwer to reflect on times as a child growing up. - Jerome T. White

This work of art depicts a young African American girl standing a field of cotton holding a pinwheel. 

A beautiful open edition giclee from the hands, heart, soul and mind of the talented Cleveland based artist Jerome White. Printed on acid-free paper using archival inks to guarantee high quality and long life.

Available as a giclee on paper in a 12x12 inch size. This item is made on demand and takes three to five days to produce and ship.

Specs.
Edition Open Edition
Framed Unframed
Height 12 inches
Length 12 inches
Medium Giclee on Paper
Signed Unsigned
SKU white-cottongrass
Jerome T. White
Jerome T. White was born in Cleveland, Ohio where as a child he developed a strong interest in art. Later in life, he studied art at Tuskegee University, obtained a Bachelors in Fine Art from Baldwin-Wallace College and received his Master's from Case Western Reserve University. Jerome T. White considers Winslow Homer, Dr. John Biggers and Charles White as the artists that primarily shaped his style and influeced his artwork the most. As a result, he uses a lot of spiritual symbolism to showcase and feature social and historical messages and themes. Currently, Jerome T. White is attempting to reach a new plateau with his designs and ideas. He is currently using more mixed media, acrylics and oil pastels in his paintings.
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