Divided
26" x 36"
Divided
26" x 36"
Airmail
46" x 35"
Airmail
46" x 35"
Gathering at the Old Wall
27" x 38"
Gathering at the Old Wall
27" x 38"
Cross Pollination
30" x 22"
Cross Pollination
30" x 22"
Bittersweet
40" x 40"
Bittersweet
40" x 40"

LITHOGRAPHS

!2" x12"

Clowns on the Left, Jokers on the Right,
Stuck in the Middle With You   35" x 25"
Clowns on the Left, Jokers on the Right,
Stuck in the Middle With You 35" x 25"
Women on the March
40" x 40"
Women on the March
40" x 40"
Sun and Wind
40" x 30"
Sun and Wind
40" x 30"
Vote
 Lithograph with Hand Coloring
Vote
Lithograph with Hand Coloring
Pull the Rug Out From Under One's Feet
Lithograph with Hand Coloring
Pull the Rug Out From Under One's Feet
Lithograph with Hand Coloring
Fenced
Lithograph with Hand Coloring
Fenced
Lithograph with Hand Coloring
Women on the March
Lithograph with Hand Coloring
Women on the March
Lithograph with Hand Coloring

In the Wall Series I have divided the paper so that the people are separated…. but they still communicate by various means -  air-born letters, windblown flowers or actually face to face through a fence. Throughout history societies have created obstacles to free movement of their own people. There was The Great Wall of China (221-206 BC),  the Roman Wall (Hadrian’s 122 AD) and more recently the Berlin Wall (Krushchev’s 1961). From early times these barriers were made to keep invaders out. More recently walls were used to restrain people from going freely into the world. Now we see walls being built to keep refugees from crossing country borders, in an attempt to prevent immigration. These walls greatly reduced the sharing of ideals, culture and economic models. While they may have significant social impact for a period of time, history has shown people always find ways to get around them, under them or over them. The walls eventually come down.


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