Kennesaw State University College of the Arts
is pleased to offer limited edition prints in honor of Black History Month
by international artist, Alabama native and KSU professor
These beautiful limited edition prints are available for only $50
through the end of February 2009.
This is an 80% discount off the usual price.
All proceeds benefit student scholarships.
In this beautiful piece, Robert Sherer explores his Southern heritage
by drawing the column top of a pre-Civil War plantation house, but,
instead of the usual icanthus leaves, he shows the seven major crops of the slave economy.
In the original work (available for bid online), the artist used blood drawn from African American volunteers (including some KSU professors) to create his ink.
No blood was used for the prints.
For the artist's notes and additional information, click here.
Order a print today!
firstname.lastname@example.org / 770-499-3214
All artwork and print sales benefit the Sherer GLBT Scholarship at Kennesaw State University.
Tax-deductible gifts are also accepted.