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Walk in Faith

Ernie Barnes
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“When I dare to be powerful — to use my strength in the service of my vision, then it becomes less and less important whether I am afraid.”

A commemorative limited edition release from the estate of Ernie Barnes. A re-release of one of his timeless works of art titled "Walk in Faith".

This work of art serves as a tribute to the strength of the Black woman and her ability to endure through all of the oppression and name-calling to be the backbone of her family and community. 

Limited edition. Giclee on paper. Each print is numbered and embossed with the official seal of the estate of Ernie Barnes. Edition size of 100. Measures 29x35 inches (paper size) and 24x30 inches (image size).

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Description

“When I dare to be powerful — to use my strength in the service of my vision, then it becomes less and less important whether I am afraid.”

A commemorative limited edition release from the estate of Ernie Barnes. A re-release of one of his timeless works of art titled "Walk in Faith".

This work of art serves as a tribute to the strength of the Black woman and her ability to endure through all of the oppression and name-calling to be the backbone of her family and community. 

Limited edition. Giclee on paper. Each print is numbered and embossed with the official seal of the estate of Ernie Barnes. Edition size of 100. Measures 29x35 inches (paper size) and 24x30 inches (image size).

Specs.
Edition Limited Edition
Edition Size 100 pieces
Framed Unframed
Height 29 inches
Length 35 inches
Medium Paper
Signed Numbered and Embossed with the Offical Seal of the Estate
SKU barnes-walkfaith
Year Released 2020
Ernie Barnes
Ernest Eugene Barnes Jr. was born July 15, 1938, in a poor section ("the bottom") of Durham, North Carolina. His father, Ernest Barnes Sr., worked as a shipping clerk at Liggett Myers Tobacco Company and his mother, Fannie Mae Geer, was employed as a domestic for Frank Fuller Jr., a wealthy Southern attorney who would guide Barnes into the world of art.
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