Canvas White refers to Tomeka Rocquelle Davis' poem "White Space" from her first book, Lost and Found where "white space" is a clean, blank slate that she uses as her artistic canvas to capture the written word and write it as she sees it. She starts with nothing, only to leave the impressions of the colorful, limitless potential and possibility-all that we women can and hope to be. The space is there to be fully utilized and realized, which makes the possibilities endless like the space beyond the sky. As she's figuring things out with her pen, she helps her readers figure things out for themselves in the same sense. Canvas White is a continuation of a journey-from her first book, Lost and Found-of salvation and redemption in a non-traditional sense.