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Liberated Thoughts

Salaam Muhammad
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"You have to know yourself because sometimes we are bound by other people's thoughts because we are not sure about ourselves. But once you know yourself...the truth will make you free! When you know, then you are free, your mind is free." - Wangari Maathai

A work of art by Salaam Muhammad all about the power of educating yourself and freeing the mind. It depicts an African American woman in deep thought. All around her are items that represent the knowledge and wisdom that she has been consuming in an attempt to gain understanding and truly free the mind.

Use this work of art to inspire or to celebrate the liberating power of education.

Open Edition. Measures 36x21 inches. Giclee on Paper.

"Education is the key to unlock the golden door of freedom." - George Washington Carver

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Description

"You have to know yourself because sometimes we are bound by other people's thoughts because we are not sure about ourselves. But once you know yourself...the truth will make you free! When you know, then you are free, your mind is free." - Wangari Maathai

A work of art by Salaam Muhammad all about the power of educating yourself and freeing the mind. It depicts an African American woman in deep thought. All around her are items that represent the knowledge and wisdom that she has been consuming in an attempt to gain understanding and truly free the mind.

Use this work of art to inspire or to celebrate the liberating power of education.

Open Edition. Measures 36x21 inches. Giclee on Paper.

"Education is the key to unlock the golden door of freedom." - George Washington Carver

Specs.
Edition Open Edition
Framed Unframed
Height 36 inches
Length 21 inches
Medium Paper
Signed Unsigned
SKU muhammad-liberated
Year Released 2021
Salaam Muhammad
With over 6 exhibitions under his belt, Salaam Muhammad is a seasoned professional Artist. He focuses on the surreal, and real contemporary form of art aiming to point out the deeper issues and profound beauty of life through a combination of color, texture and symbolism, his exhibitions have been housed in galleries such as Gallerie 909 in St, Petersburg, Florida, The Harlem fine art festival in New York NY, and Painted Bride Art Center in Philadelphia , PA. His work has been cited and referenced in numerous online feeds, Celebrity social media pages, and cinema such as the film “Looking for Love” directed in London, England.
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