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Power of Woman

Kevin "WAK" Williams
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A framed work of art by Kevin "WAK" Williams that pays tribute to the supremacy of the Black Woman. She oversees the earth that she has mothered. The white fabric that covers her voluptuous figure is a symbol of purity and protects her from the impurities of this earthly realm.

This image is framed in a high-quality brown frame with a glass front. It measures 18x12 inches (unframed) and approximately 22.5x16.5 inches framed. 

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Description

A framed work of art by Kevin "WAK" Williams that pays tribute to the supremacy of the Black Woman. She oversees the earth that she has mothered. The white fabric that covers her voluptuous figure is a symbol of purity and protects her from the impurities of this earthly realm.

This image is framed in a high-quality brown frame with a glass front. It measures 18x12 inches (unframed) and approximately 22.5x16.5 inches framed. 

Specs.
Edition Open Edition
Framed Brown Frame
Height 18 inches
Length 12 inches
Medium Paper
Signed Unsigned
SKU wak-powerwoman-brfr
Kevin "WAK" Williams
Kevin A. Williams better known by the art moniker WAK, his initials backwards, is an American painter and businessman from Chicago’s Southside. He is one of the most celebrated figurative storytellers of this era with his collection of paintings being the most widely circulated urban fine art series in the world.
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