Strawberries Art Print
Our Strawberry towel is part of our National Museum of Women in the Arts Collection inspired by Amy Sherald's painting They Call Me Redbone But I’d Rather Be Strawberry Shortcake.
Through her evocative portraits, Sherald unsettles dominant views of African American culture and history. By painting her figures’ skin in grayscale, the artist metaphorically removes their “color.”
I was drawn to this piece by the vibrant colors and important message the grayscale skintone conveys, I pulled from the pattern in the subject’s dress to create my strawberry design. I incorporated the playfulness of the berries along with the polka dots and colors.
Since everyone is spending a little more time at home lately we decided to turn our designs into art prints to make your space a little brighter.
Our fine art giclée printed reproductions are high quality printing on archival matte paper that is acid-free for a longer print life.
The archival ink provides rich and vivid colors making your artwork feel very fancy.
Our prints are available in four sizes:
8x10 - Ships flat with protective cardboard
11x14 - Ships flat with protective cardboard
16x20 - Ships rolled in a tube protected with tissue and kraft paper
18x24 - Ships rolled in a tube protected with tissue and kraft paper
PLEASE NOTE - These are printed on-demand and will ship directly from our printer so if you order with our other goods your print will arrive separately and may take a little longer. Average turn around time 2 weeks.
Prints do NOT come framed.
Final printed color may differ from your monitor.