- Limited Edition
- Giclee on Paper
- Measures 22x44 inches in size.
- Ships Signed and Numbered with a Certificate of Authenticity from the Artist.
- Juneteenth Theme
A colorful release by Maurice Evans inspired by the "Freedom Tree".
The "Freedom Tree" is a Live Oak tree located in Missouri City, Texas. According to legend, it dates back to the Civil War. Under its branches is where enslaved Africans were brought together and found out that they were now free.
Measures 22x44 inches. Limited Edition. Giclee on Paper. Edition size of 199 pieces. Ships signed and numbered and with a certificate of authenticity from the artist. Available hand embellished or as a standard limited edition.
|Cert. Of Authenticity||Ships with a Certificate of Authenticity from the Artist|
|Signed||Ships Signed and Numbered by the Artist|
Maurice EvansToday, Maurice Evan’s artistic creativity is expressed through a diverse mixture of art and photography. A walk through his gallery reveals an interpretation of ideas and imagery through a lens of bold colors, graceful images and abstract expressions. The vocabulary of his palette articulates unique expressions of music, culture, gender, and politics - all of which reflect his limitless potential. Maurice Evans resides in Atlanta, GA, never far from a sketch pad, and lives by the premise, “Create art for art’s sake,” inspiring viewers and artists alike to pursue their artistic and creative passion.
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