Sculptures

Barefooted Sax Player

Barefooted-Sax-PlayerS

Dimensions: 8.875″hx6.625″wx7.875″d

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington
Price: $700.00

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Bass Player No. 1

Bass-Player-No1S

Dimensions: 6.375″hx8.875″wx6″d

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington

Private Collection of Joseph & Michel McHenry Portland OR

Bass Player No. 2

Bass-Player-No2S

Dimensions: 6.5″hx10.125″wx6.25″d

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington
Price: $700.00

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Congo Drummer

Congo-DrummerS

Dimensions: 9.125″hx6.125″wx7.125″d

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington
Price: $700.00

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Drummer No. 1

Drummer-No1

Dimensions: 6″h x 6.875″w x 6.9375″d

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington
Price: $700.00

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Drummer No. 2

Drummer-No2S

Dimensions: 6.3175″h x 6.25″w x 7″d

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington

Private Collection Vancouver, WA

Sax Serenade

The-Sax-SerenadeS

Dimensions: 8.25″hx7″wx6.875″d

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington
Price: $700.00

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