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Robert Jackson The Embrace Giclee On Canvas
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Robert Jackson The Embrace  Giclee On Canvas Robert Jackson

Status: In Stock Available | Condition: New | Edition:Limited Edition Giclee On Canvas | Edition Size: Limited Edition of 50 | Dim:30 X 40 | Robert Jackson| Item #: RJEMBRACE

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Robert Jackson The Embrace  Giclee On Canvas is eligible for 3 equal layaway payments in store, with a credit card of $198.33 over 60 days.

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6/28/2022  $198.33 1st payment
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Available for purchase today, June  28, 2022

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The Embrace - RJEMBRACE  Giclee On Canvas

NOTES: Embraced intends to capture the feeling what has in the depths of their body and soul when they experience love. Love is reciprocal and there are no words that adequately capture it when perfected. The couple equally exchange the embrace no matter the position or circumstance. They understand the deep hug and the need to express gratitude despite the direction. Our language is limited to describing the butterflies in our core when love is present. We fall in love when love was not the original intent. But we grow in love when we understand who God has given us. As you see, the loose brush strokes and vibrant colors are used to imply excitement over desire to lose control. .

The Embrace  Giclee On Canvas by Robert Jackson 

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Robert Jackson bio

Robert Jackson is a Minnesota native who enjoys creating art that reflect his passion for family, culture, music, and his spiritual upbringing. Robert graduated from Perpich Center for Arts Education (formerly The Minnesota Center for Arts Education High School) in Golden Valley, MN, where his exposure to artwork from various cultures allowed him to enhance his knowledge and appreciation of the visual arts. PCAE also provided a gateway for exhibition of some of Robert's early artwork, such as The Unknown Talent and A Month Isn’t Enough. Robert was blessed to collaborate with several of his mentors during his art journey, including projects with Dr. John Biggers, lecturing on art with Gordan Parks at the Minnesota Historical Museum, and Jacob Lawrence, to name a few. Robert attended the College of Visual Arts in St. Paul, Minnesota, and received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in 2005 from Prescott College. Robert continued his growth and success as a freelance artist, as evidenced by his presence in local community galleries and his vast portfolio of commissioned portrait drawings. Robert has proven to be an outspoken representative of authentic black art through his solo and group exhibitions throughout Arizona, including Martin Luther King Celebration, Black Women's Expo, Black Rodeo Expo, Juneteenth Festival, Black Women's Task Force, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Founder’s Day, Omega Rho Zeta Sorority Founder’s Day, Alpha Kappa Alpha Founder’s Day, and at The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.