When Gifts Come
Jerome T. White
- open edition
- art print
- Filled with spiritual symbolism
- african american art
A powerful and enlightening work of art filled with spiritual symbolism from Cleveland based artist Jerome T. White.
It depicts an African American woman sitting, meditating and seeking a higher spiritual mental state to assist her in finding balance and overcoming adversity. Her hands are in the Gyan Mudra position. This position has been used by yogis and other spiritual savants for years to assist them in finding peace, calm, and spiritual progress.
The symbol in the background, known as the Pine Comb, has historically represented human enlightenment, the third eye and also the pineal gland.
You can also see her seven chakras in this image.
The hummingbird represents her soul or mind taking spiritual flight as her chakras align and open.
This work of art is available as a giclee on paper or as a giclee on canvas.
All giclee on paper prints are printed on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All art prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting if desired.
All Giclee on Canvas reproductions are shipped and delivered to you "ready to hang" with a pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails.
Note: This is a print on demand giclee and expedited shipping is not available for this item. It takes 3 to 14 business days for us to process and ship this item. Please contact our office if you have any questions.
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Jerome T. WhiteJerome T. White was born in Cleveland, Ohio where as a child he developed a strong interest in art. Later in life, he studied art at Tuskegee University, obtained a Bachelors in Fine Art from Baldwin-Wallace College and received his Master's from Case Western Reserve University. Jerome T. White considers Winslow Homer, Dr. John Biggers and Charles White as the artists that primarily shaped his style and influeced his artwork the most. As a result, he uses a lot of spiritual symbolism to showcase and feature social and historical messages and themes. Currently, Jerome T. White is attempting to reach a new plateau with his designs and ideas. He is currently using more mixed media, acrylics and oil pastels in his paintings.
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