Still We Rise - Mural Prints
This mural was originally inspired by the resilience and rebirth our community has embodied since Hurricane Michael. She represents the planting of seeds (both literal and metaphorical, shown through the Southern Magnolia) of growth and hope. She has also come to embody any perseverance through adversity. Her title, “Still We Rise” was inspired by Maya Angelou’s poem, “Still I Rise” with a twist to encompass the strength we have as a community.
She is 100 feet wide, and about 2,000 square feet. That is not only by far my largest work of art to date, but is now the largest original art in the county. To know that I got the absolute honor and privilege to create this public work of art that holds so much significance AND adds beauty back into our city… Well it’s overwhelming.
Located on the side of the Aaron Rich Marketing building at 842 Harrison Avenue, Panama City, FL 32401
So to allow people to bring the mural into their own homes, I just had to make prints available! This print is sure to bring light and hopefullness in a beautiful way into your home. When you look at her you can be inspired by her strength and resiliance, and know that she lovingly watches over so many others on a 2-story building, too.
Prints are of a section of the mural. 8"x20" giclee prints.
Prints are giclée prints - high quality fine art prints that if displayed well can last for many years (out of direct sunlight and/or under UV protected glass.) Each print is hand-numbered, titled, and signed by me!