K.A. Williams II
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  • Artist Proof
  • Giclee on Canvas
  • 24x36 inches
  • Certificate of Authenticity
  • Signed and Numbered

An Artist Proof by K.A. Williams II depicting an African American woman playing her guitar. Performing a solo in the solitude of her safe space. It's more than an instrument and her music is the voice that she truly speak with.

This artist proof giclee on canvas measures 24x36 inches. It has an edition size of 25. Ships signed and numbered, hand embellished by the artist and with a certificate of authenticity. 

Cert. Of Authenticity Certificate of Authenticity from the Artist
Edition Artist Proof
Edition Size 25
Framed Unframed
Height 24 inches
Length 36 inches
Medium Giclee on Canvas
Signed Signed and Numbered by the Artist
SKU wak-solo
Year Released 2016

K.A. Williams II

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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just m.

art work titled "Solo"

this is a very moving art. the woman's hair ... her locks are all unlocked and expand like feeler's working in every direction. you can see her need to release through cords of string. strong and durable cords she works like her own hair. her mane is all big and powerful, and her flower-like posture tells us she's a lioness. the circle earrings among her hair match the strings of the guitar across the circle of the guitar. nice harmony! her long arms lean with bracelets match the leanness of the stretch of the guitar and the short lines that sort of latter along the way. I find the body of the guitar tells us of her lady-ness as she sits with her legs curled up like the music cords can do-so for the sake of the tunes played. she is indivisible from both the sounds that flow and her guitar. all tension of the soul and mind are slain by the works of her fingers. I like this vision because every soul should be able to escape the world sometimes while the we yet live in the flesh. in this work we have been invited into her soul's ... secret place of escape. her soul, her sounds, her secret place. {totally beautiful} .