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Marcus Sterling

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Digital Edition Prints

Hello Friend, Now for a limited time I will be offering digital prints of select paintings and drawings.  For those of you who are familiar with my work you can now enjoy past and present images with an option to add matting and framing at an additional cost but also adding additional personality to your favorite print.  That doesnt mean you shouldnt buy the original art but since there can only be one original, you can and should take advantage of having the option to have an inexpensive facsimile edition. in the meantime.  Take a look at the available artwork for sale since new images will be added... [more]
Posted by Marcus Sterling on 4/5/11

Digital Edition Prints

Hello Friend, Now for a limited time I will be offering digital prints of select paintings and drawings.  For those of you who are familiar with my work you can now enjoy past and present images with an option to add matting and framing at an additional cost but also adding additional personality to your favorite print.  That doesnt mean you shouldnt buy the original art but since there can only be one original, you can and should take advantage of having the option to have an inexpensive facsimile edition. in the meantime.  Take a look at the available artwork for sale since new images will be added... [more]
Posted by Marcus Sterling on 4/5/11

the final word

BLOODLINE the Final Word series acrylic on canvas 2005     "the Final Word" series from the 2005 solo exhibit in the African American Cultural Center @ UIC (University of Illinois at Chicago) and the Perry Mansion Cultural Center @ 7042 South Perry in Chicago, Illinois ( www.perrymansion.org ) the Final Word addresses the connections between art and language.     “the Power of the Word”   During times of Slavery in America, reading was outlawed among the slaves because knowledge is power. The more education or knowledge you have of the world, the more knowledge you have of yoursel... [more]
Posted by Marcus Sterling on 3/29/11