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On the Prowl

Cecil "CREED" Reed Jr.
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"Then do what you must, T’Challa. But don’t lose yourself. You are not a soldier. You are a king. And it is not enough to be the sword, you must be the intelligence behind it."

A work of art that depicts King T'Challa, the Black Panther on the prowl and prepared to strike at his opponent. He is ready to defend Wakanda and its people from any and all comers. He is depicted in his vibranium armor with claws unsheathed.

Available on paper or canvas and in a variety of sizes.


Size: 11x17 inches - Framed: Unframed - Medium: Giclee on Paper - Cost: $59.99
Size: 15x24 inches - Framed: Unframed - Medium: Giclee on Paper - Cost: $99.99
Size: 30x48 inches - Framed: Unframed - Medium: Giclee on Canvas - Cost: $449.99

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Description

"Then do what you must, T’Challa. But don’t lose yourself. You are not a soldier. You are a king. And it is not enough to be the sword, you must be the intelligence behind it."

A work of art that depicts King T'Challa, the Black Panther on the prowl and prepared to strike at his opponent. He is ready to defend Wakanda and its people from any and all comers. He is depicted in his vibranium armor with claws unsheathed.

Available on paper or canvas and in a variety of sizes.


Size: 11x17 inches - Framed: Unframed - Medium: Giclee on Paper - Cost: $59.99
Size: 15x24 inches - Framed: Unframed - Medium: Giclee on Paper - Cost: $99.99
Size: 30x48 inches - Framed: Unframed - Medium: Giclee on Canvas - Cost: $449.99

Specs.
Edition Open Edition
Framed Available Framed or Unframed
Height Available in a variety of sizes
Length Available in a variety of sizes
Medium Paper or Canvas
Signed Unsigned
SKU creed-panther2
Cecil "CREED" Reed Jr.
Although sports and martial arts are a big part of Cecil’s life, they pale in comparison to his true passion, his love for painting. Cecil believes that art is a form of mental elevation in which he builds an intimate relationship with each piece during the journey to completion. His biggest influences, aside from his art teacher in college, are realistic artists Thomas Blackshear, Frank Morrison and Kevin A. Williams. Cecil, a man that loves challenges, began observing their concepts and styles and eventually created his own personal style and technique. Although Cecil’s artistic abilities are not limited to any one genre, he prides himself on being one of the few African American artists in the industry to create realistic paintings of animals in such a unique fashion. He works predominately with the medium of acrylic and he plans on incorporating other mediums in the future. Over the years, Cecil has dedicated himself to focusing on precise techniques, details, composition and design.
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