“Kente” (detail) – digital giclée canvas, 40″w x 53.3″h (101.6 x 135.4cm), 2017. Part of the “Afrika” series. One original edition available for public sale; and one available for gallery/museum request. See full image at Saatchi Art.


Named after the colorfully woven fabric originated in West Africa, “Kente” pays hommage to the ability of clothing to have an impact on identity.

The colors red (symbolizing violence and anger); white (goodness or victory); and blue (love) were purposely chosen to represent an American interpretation.

Archival quality 10-ink printer, Breathing Color® Aqueous canvas. Full sized art is unstretched and rolled in a tube for shipping.