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Kwanzaa Metal Print featuring the mixed media Kwanzaa Candles by Elizabeth Reich

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Kwanzaa Candles Metal Print

Elizabeth Reich

by Elizabeth Reich

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Kwanzaa Candles metal print by Elizabeth Reich.   Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of a metal print. Your image gets printed directly onto a sheet of 1/16" thick aluminum. The aluminum sheet is offset from the wall by a 3/4" thick wooden frame which is attached to the back. The high gloss of the aluminum sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results.

Design Details

The seven Kwanzaa candles representing the Heritage of the African community. Neo Color II watersoluble wax pastels were used to create the candles,... more

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Comments (2)

Sharon W

Sharon W

Revisiting your beautiful work of art Elizabeth!

Elizabeth Reich replied:

Thank you for the revisit and compliment Sharon.

Sharon W

Sharon W

So very beautiful dear Elizabeth!! Wow, love and appreciate the info as well, thank you!

Elizabeth Reich replied:

Thank you for visiting this artwork, taking a moment to read what I offered - you're welcome for the information, and thank you for the compliment Sharon.

Artist's Description

The seven Kwanzaa candles representing the Heritage of the African community. Neo Color II watersoluble wax pastels were used to create the candles, background and flame were painting with watercolors. Wicks created with black and white charcoal.

Happy Kwanzaa!
What I learned before painting.
Kwanzaa is not a religious holiday, but a celebration of culture and heritage.
Celebrated from December 26 to January 01 of each year.
The Seven Principles:
First day, black candle, is Umoja: unity.
2nd day, red candle, Kujichagulia: Self-Determination
3rd day, green candle, Ujima: Collective work and responsibility.
4th day, red candle, Ujamaa: collective economics
5th day, green candle, Nia: Purpose
6th day, red candle, Kuumba: Creativity
7th day, green candle, Imani: Faith
The order of lighting the candles, and what they each represent, is a sea of difference on the internet. I attempted pulling the overlapping similarities together.

About Elizabeth Reich

Elizabeth Reich

LZBTH Creative Content works with nature and floral paintings, as well as surface pattern design. When painting, founder Elizabeth Reich sets out to portray the emotions felt and the view seen, when the natural element(s) inspired the question "How would this be painted?" Elizabeth is not always a watercolor traditionalist, she enjoys exploring other mediums to mix with watercolors to achieve the feeling and visual scene that inspired the art. Elizabeth returned to art 10 years ago, after a moment of introspection she asked herself "What would my 8 year old self want to do?" The answer was "Watercolor!" The journey continues with loose and painterly paintings, what she calls "playing in colorful puddles." If you enjoy a colorful garden,...

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