Women's Marches creativity by Shepard Fairey for The Amplifier Foundation

Women's Marches creativity

Protest Art: After Ferguson, Artists Respond to the Movement - NBC News

African American Art Community's Response to Black Lives Matter

By Lara Trace (former editor of the Pequot Times 1999-2004) It happened years ago… but I can still feel myself outside the Pequot Museum on a bench and the wind is really blowing and J…

By Lara Trace (former editor of the Pequot Times 1999-2004) It happened years ago… but I can still feel myself outside the Pequot Museum on a bench and the wind is really blowing and J…

Who makes your shoes? Who is being exploited for that good price? Think and research before you hand your money over.

Who makes your shoes? Who is being exploited for that good price? Think and research before you hand your money over.

This piece is a painting exploring protest and the right to speak.  The artist  has used oil paint and smooth brush strokes to produce smooth blends which are easy on the eye. I will try and produce the same sort of effect with soft pastels when I come to do my final piece.  The composition consists of several protestors in the fore group, and famous protestors' names in the background, backed by an a rican flag. This is a patriotic symbol and gives the art a propaganda feel.

This piece is a painting exploring protest and the right to speak. The artist has used oil paint and smooth brush strokes to produce smooth blends which are easy on the eye. I will try and produce the same sort of effect with soft pastels when I come to do my final piece. The composition consists of several protestors in the fore group, and famous protestors' names in the background, backed by an a rican flag. This is a patriotic symbol and gives the art a propaganda feel.

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