"Alone Together" Limited Archival Print
A very rare item - I almost never make limited edition prints.
This illustration was shown at the Ottawa Art Gallery as part of a group exhibition called "How I Love You," which addressed love and its many forms in the Black community.
This piece titled "Alone Together" embodies a close moment of intimacy within a black household. A younger character was severely injured and bleeding for unknown reasons, but one could speculate that it was due to his skin tone or sexual orientation. A larger, seemingly older figure holds and frames the younger character. The two of them are bathing, and the clear water cleanses and purifies the younger character's wounds. The purposeful obscurity with which these characters are written allows for implicit relatability. The two protagonists could be kin, lovers, or friends. But...does it matter?
Printed on museum-quality paper.
Limited edition of 20 prints per size. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist and comes with certificate of authenticity.