Local Baltimore artist Cheryl Lawson commemorates the life of Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Cheryl Lawson discovered a love of art early in the COVID pandemic. Her collages and original folk drawings are both a modern and traditional exploration of life in the Baltimore African American community. She was featured early in the Patterson Park Podcast, with her son, Aaron Hill, who is a musician.
.: Material: durable white ceramic
.: Available in two sizes: 11oz (0.33 l) and 15oz (0.44 l)
.: C-shaped easy-grip handle
.: Scratch-resistant finish