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Lady Acrylic Print featuring the painting Ms Lerlene by Nicole Minnis

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Ms Lerlene Acrylic Print

Nicole Minnis

by Nicole Minnis


Product Details

Ms Lerlene acrylic print by Nicole Minnis.   Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print. Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic. The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Two different mounting options are available, see below.

Design Details

Ms. Lerlene's pose with her head held high reflects dignity and strength of character. We are a matriarchal society and many women are forced to take... more

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Ms Lerlene Painting by Nicole Minnis


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Artist's Description

Ms. Lerlene's pose with her head held high reflects dignity and strength of character. We are a matriarchal society and many women are forced to take the lead in raising and nurturing their families. Even though many of them are of little means they never tire in giving their all for those they love. Similarly Ms. Lerlene is not ashamed to work with her hands, as there are still remnants of flour on them. She is renowned for making her flour cakes or 'Dokie' as she calls them.

About Nicole Minnis

Nicole Minnis

Bahamian artist Nicole, the eldest of three children, was born to Eddie and Sherry Minnis in 1970. She graduated from Queen's College Senior High School in 1986 with seven G.C.E.'s, including a distinction in Art. Her recognition as a young Bahamian painter started soon after she left school when she won numerous Central Bank and Esso competitions. She also received an award in the senior division of the Arts and Crafts Exhibition for meritorious works of Art. In May of 1988, she held her first individual Art Exhibition and participated in a joint Caribbean Art Exhibition held in Toronto, Canada. She has participated in numerous joint family art shows along with her father and sister, Roshanne. Her work has been displayed in the...



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