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Gettin' Up the Nerve

Charly Palmer
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An open edition art print by Charly Palmer that depicts two African American children sitting across from a table. The young man is trying to "get up the nerve" and "muster up the courage" to speak with the apple of his eye across from him. A testimony to young love and a work of art that makes the viewer reflect back on the first time he wanted to interact with a young woman but just couldn't find the courage to do so. This art print measures 18x13.25 inches.

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Description

An open edition art print by Charly Palmer that depicts two African American children sitting across from a table. The young man is trying to "get up the nerve" and "muster up the courage" to speak with the apple of his eye across from him. A testimony to young love and a work of art that makes the viewer reflect back on the first time he wanted to interact with a young woman but just couldn't find the courage to do so. This art print measures 18x13.25 inches.

Specs.
Edition Open Edition
Framed Unframed
Height 13.25 inches
Length 18 inches
Medium Offset Lithograph
SKU chpa219
Charly Palmer
Charly Palmer currently lives in Atlanta, GA and is an accomplished and succesful graphic designer and illustrator. He also ows his own design studio. However, he now dedicates and devotes himself to creating fine art and is developing a strong reputation in the art industry for complex compositions and a unique technique and style. Charly Palmer was born in Alabama but raised in the state of Wisconsin in Milwaukee. He studied fine art and design in Chicago, Illinois at the School of Art Institute and at the American Academy of Art. Lately, he has begun painting under the name of "Carlos". Carlos is his alter ego and allows him the ability to be more spontaneous and gives him more creative freedom to create art that is more experimental in nature. The paintings created under this alter ego are typically more abstract and more primal. Over time, Charly Palmer has found a way to channel both personas and create landmark paintings. His powerful and popular "Civil Rights" series is an example of what happens when both styles are combined.
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