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Five Pearls: Zeta Phi Beta

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An open edition work of art designed for the Finer Women of Zeta Phi Beta. It depicts a proud Zeta Phi Beta soror clothed in a blue dress and white gloves standing atop a pedestal with a white cat by her side. 

On the pedestal, you will find five pearls and the year 1920, when the organization was founded. The crest of Zeta Phi Beta is also located on this work of art.

Available framed or unframed and in a variety of sizes. Open Edition.

Proud to be a licensed official vendor of Zeta Phi Beta. Every purchase helps support this proud Divine Nine sorority.

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Description

An open edition work of art designed for the Finer Women of Zeta Phi Beta. It depicts a proud Zeta Phi Beta soror clothed in a blue dress and white gloves standing atop a pedestal with a white cat by her side. 

On the pedestal, you will find five pearls and the year 1920, when the organization was founded. The crest of Zeta Phi Beta is also located on this work of art.

Available framed or unframed and in a variety of sizes. Open Edition.

Proud to be a licensed official vendor of Zeta Phi Beta. Every purchase helps support this proud Divine Nine sorority.

Specs.
Edition Open Edition
Framed Available framed or unframed in a variety of sizes and colors.
Height Available in a variety of sizes. Choose your size of preference.
Length Available in a variety of sizes. Choose your size of preference.
Medium Paper
Signed Unsigned
SKU wak-5pearls
WAK
WAK is an artist on a mission, but his is no solo trip: He wants to take you on the journey, too. His destination is a place where more African-Americans will appreciate, own and even create fine art that honors their rich heritage and hope filled destiny. So far, tens of thousands of people have willingly followed Williams to that vista – including talk-show host Oprah Winfrey, and actor comedian Bernie Mac. From celebrity homes to small businesses, corporate offices and women’s spas, Williams’ original and lithograph artwork hangs from coast to coast. In fact, his collection of 50 lithograph prints – created under the “WAK Artistry” signature – is the most widely circulated urban fine arts series in the nation. Diverse in their themes, the art is painted by Williams in mixed mediums, and then produced as lithographs in various limited – and broad – edition quantities.
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