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Charcoal & Graphite Pencil on Archival Paper

Print Sizes: 24 x 32  (LIMITED RUN OF 100 PRINTS)

Printed on Epson Enhanced Matte Paper

Hand signed, numbered and titled by Gee Horton

Stamped certificate of authenticity included



Things Fall Apart, is a part of Gee Horton's "Coming of Age" series and is conceptualized to explore, celebrate and affirm the innate innocence and vulnerability of black youthfulness.  Things Fall Apart also debuted at Horton's first solo exhibition at the Alice F. & Harris K. Weston Art Gallery in Cincinnati, Ohio in November of 2021.


“Things Fall Apart” is a meditation on a delicate moment when the subject’s capacity to be vulnerable and innocent is on the brink of becoming disrupted. This piece is conceptualized in a way to present the complexity and beauty of his entire, complete existence. One that is in the midst of what appears to be an imminent transformation that will require him to relinquish his toy transformer and childhood attachments.  

Things Fall Apart

Excluding Sales Tax
Size: 24 X 32
  • PROCESS: My independent business allows me to personally manage every step of this process, from printing your reproduction through the final stage of shipping to ensure quality and consistency with every order. Original artwork is captured with a high-resolution H6D camera to ensure quality color reproduction then scanned and printed on Epson P9000 and P2000 printers. To support small businesses in my community, I partner with local, fine art printing experts that use an Epson enhanced matte paper for a bright white point that yields highly saturated images while maintaining excellent highlight and shadow detail. 

    SHIPPING: Each reproduction is made to order, so please allow 1-2 weeks for delivery. Orders are prepared myself with care and shipped in a secure tube. This item qualifies for free shipping when you spend over $450. Prints are final sale and non-returnable and do not include frames.

    Thank you for being a part of my story that continues to be told—Gee.

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