This is a quality reproduction print of Susie Griffin's original artwork entitled "MK."
This image was a commission for a prestigious Powerful Advocate Award for a leader in priority population advocacy in the Seattle, Washington area. The image is the favorite self-portrait of a leader "MK" and was painted in all greyscale with the exception of two things. The face paint represents the importance of culture and the fight this person took on to aid those in the BIPOC, API and other marginalized communities. The garment represents the way this person metaphorically and physically wrapped humans in these communities with love, ensuring the basic necessities were in place to make their futures brighter.
This image was featured in OlyArts magazine.
This image is printed on high quality luster finish paper with archival inks that will hold their color for nearly 100 years. The image size you choose will have a small 1/4" internal white border perfect for framing. Cropping may occur in some print sizes. The watermark will be absent in the print you receive.
If you would like a giclée canvas print of this image, contact me for pricing!
Please note that all diligence was given to accurately reflect the color scheme present in the painting. However, due to the varied types of computer displays, the exact colors you see here may be slightly different than the ones you receive.
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