#BlueHolocaust at Cal Poly Pomona’s Ink & Clay

#BlueHolocaust is the second piece in a series dedicated to raising awareness and ending violence in the United States. This image shows three anonymous boys from the Holocaust in red and three African American boys killed in officer-involved shootings. The boys show are (from the top) Tamir Rice, Kimani Gray, and DeAunta Terrel Farrow. Please share this information across your social networks and help end violence.
#BlueHolocaust isĀ on display at Ink & Clay 41 at the Kellogg University Gallery at Cal Poly Pomona from September 19 – October 29.

 

Orange County Creatives Gallery, In the Neighborhood, Juried Competition, Summer 2015 | Long Beach [AR]t Walk, Summer 2015

Parents and teachers, please use your discretion when discussing the subject of violence with your children. I encourage you open a dialogue on violence, bullying and other subjects. These works of art may help you.

#BlackLivesMatter

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#BlueHolocaust at Cal Poly Pomona’s Ink & Clay

#BlueHolocaust is the second piece in a series dedicated to raising awareness and ending violence in the United States. This image shows three anonymous boys from the Holocaust in red and three African American boys killed in officer-involved shootings. The boys show are (from the top) Tamir Rice, Kimani Gray, and DeAunta Terrel Farrow. Please share this information across your social networks and help end violence.
#BlueHolocaust will be on display at Ink & Clay 41 at the Kellogg University Gallery at Cal Poly Pomona from September 19 – October 29. The Opening Reception is September 26, 4-7pm. I hope to see you there.

 

Orange County Creatives Gallery, In the Neighborhood, Juried Competition, Summer 2015 | Long Beach [AR]t Walk, Summer 2015

Parents and teachers, please use your discretion when discussing the subject of violence with your children. I encourage you open a dialogue on violence, bullying and other subjects. These works of art may help you.

#BlackLivesMatter

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View #BlueHolocaust at Cal Poly Pomona

#BlueHolocaust is the second piece in a series dedicated to raising awareness and ending violence in the United States. This image shows three anonymous boys from the Holocaust in red and three African American boys killed in officer-involved shootings. The boys show are (from the top) Tamir Rice, Kimani Gray, and DeAunta Terrel Farrow. Please share this information across your social networks and help end violence.
#BlueHolocaust will be on display at Ink & Clay 41 at the Kellogg University Gallery at Cal Poly Pomona from September 19 – October 29. The Opening Reception is September 26, 4-7pm. I hope to see you there.

 

Orange County Creatives Gallery, In the Neighborhood, Juried Competition, Summer 2015 | Long Beach [AR]t Walk, Summer 2015

Parents and teachers, please use your discretion when discussing the subject of violence with your children. I encourage you open a dialogue on violence, bullying and other subjects. These works of art may help you.

#BlackLivesMatter

Ink & Clay 41-3[1]

#BlueHolocaust

#BlueHolocaust is the second piece in a series dedicated to raising awareness and ending violence in the United States. This image shows three anonymous boys from the Holocaust in red and three African American boys killed in officer-involved shootings. The boys show are (from the top) Tamir Rice, Kimani Gray, and DeAunta Terrel Farrow. Please share this information across your social networks and help end violence.
#BlueHolocaust will be on display at Ink & Clay 41 at the Kellogg University Gallery at Cal Poly Pomona from September 19 – October 29. The Opening Reception is September 26, 4-7pm. I hope to see you there.

 

Orange County Creatives Gallery, In the Neighborhood, Juried Competition, Summer 2015 | Long Beach [AR]t Walk, Summer 2015

Parents and teachers, please use your discretion when discussing the subject of violence with your children. I encourage you open a dialogue on violence, bullying and other subjects. These works of art may help you.

#BlackLivesMatter

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A Portrait of Angie Zapata – #ArttoEndViolence

Angie's portrait reads: On July 15, 2008, Angie Zapata was beaten and bludgeoned to death after Allen Andrade, her murderer, discovered she was transgender. He had referred to Angie as an 'it' in his arrest affidavit. Andrade was found guilty of first degree murder and hate crimes - the first time a trans murder received this distinction. Angie was 18 years old. This occurred in Greeley, Colorado.

Angie’s portrait reads: On July 15, 2008, Angie Zapata was beaten and bludgeoned to death after Allen Andrade, her murderer, discovered she was transgender. He had referred to Angie as an ‘it’ in his arrest affidavit. Andrade was found guilty of first degree murder and hate crimes – the first time a trans murder received this distinction. Angie was 18 years old. This occurred in Greeley, Colorado.

#ArttoEndViolence

#ArttoEndViolence is a new series of watercolor portraits dedicated to ending violence. The first, and titular piece shows eight notable deaths to the African American, Transgender and Gay Communities and won an Award of Excellence in Fine Art at the California State Fair, 2015.

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