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"Wake Up America" Black Lives Matter Print by Melody Croft

"Wake Up America" Black Lives Matter Print by Melody Croft

Regular price $ 95.00
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These open reproduction prints are made with archival inks and printed on our textured velvet fine art paper. Available as a 12 x 16 inch print with a white border, packaged with mat board backing in a clear sleeve. Printed on demand upon ordering - please allow a 3 business day turnaround time.
 
Melody Croft paints narrative work that connects with human emotions. Her paintings focus on people and their stories to look inside of what appears to be seen. Croft’s current work focuses on allyship with the #BlackLivesMatter movement.

About the Artist

Melody Croft paints narrative work that connects with human emotions. Her paintings focus on people and their stories to look inside of what appears to be seen. The common thread in her work is humanity, and unlike the lens of a camera that objectively documents a moment in time and space, her lens subjectively observes and comments on the psychological, sociological, and emotional complexities of race, gender, age, and culture.

Croft is a self-taught artist. She lives in Athens, Georgia, and commutes daily to her art studio in Jefferson, GA.

Print-to-Order

Please note that many of our archival artist prints are made-to-order in our studio. Please allow extra time for us to fulfill these orders. Typically, prints are ready in no more thsn three business days.

Shipping

After many years of printing and shipping for artists, we've learned how to pack our prints for a safe arrival. Whether you choose store pickup, local delivery, or shipping, your print will arrive undamaged. But on the off chance you experience a problem, please reach out within three days.

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Melody Croft paints narrative work that connects with human emotions. Her paintings focus on people and their stories to look inside of what appears to be seen. The common thread in her work is humanity, and unlike the lens of a camera that objectively documents a moment in time and space, her lens subjectively observes and comments on the psychological, sociological, and emotional complexities of race, gender, age, and culture.

Croft is a self-taught artist. She lives in Athens, Georgia, and commutes daily to her art studio in Jefferson, GA.

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