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Enlightenment

Charles Bibbs
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Enlightenment by Charles Bibbs was originally created to commemorate the United Negro College Fund at the La Maison Bleu Art Gallery's 5th Anniversary Celebration. It was inspired by the United Negro College Fund's motto "A Mind is a Terrible thing to Waste." and skillfully depicts a young African American man reading and studying. This is the 30th Anniversary Edition which is a special release by Charles Bibbs of this popular and renown work of art. There were only 30 giclees produced for this special edition release.

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Description

Enlightenment by Charles Bibbs was originally created to commemorate the United Negro College Fund at the La Maison Bleu Art Gallery's 5th Anniversary Celebration. It was inspired by the United Negro College Fund's motto "A Mind is a Terrible thing to Waste." and skillfully depicts a young African American man reading and studying. This is the 30th Anniversary Edition which is a special release by Charles Bibbs of this popular and renown work of art. There were only 30 giclees produced for this special edition release.

Specs.
Cert. Of Authenticity Certificate of Authenticity Provided by the Artist
Edition Limited Edition
Framed Unframed
Height 36 inches
Length 25 inches
Medium Giclee
Signed Signed and Numbered by Artist
SKU chbi102
Year Released 1996
Charles Bibbs
Charles Bibbs is an accomplished Fine Artist, entrepreneur and philanthropist that has always believed that we are the keepers of our culture, and as such, has spent much of his time working towards developing a cohesive, energized African American Community. Charles Bibbs’ artwork manages to fuse African American and Native American cultural themes that make powerful cross cultural statements. His work is thought provoking and capable of arousing strong emotions that cross ethnic, gender and generational barriers. His artistic renderings convey a deep sense of spirituality, majesty, dignity, strength and grace. It is sufficient to say that however his works are viewed or whatever individual emotions they may evoke, they remain characteristically and recognizably Bibbs.
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