We cannot look away from these depictions of faces because their power is not confined to the individuals. When we look at others, it is an opportunity to see ourselves. This connection is crucial to human life.
Artist Anne Wickham Smith says, “In these times It’s important…that we accept and appreciate our differences, and stand together."
May We Stand together
6 panel set of oil portraits, set behind an old window.
Anne has painted these from around the US.
"In these times It’s important to me that we accept and appreciate our differences, and stand together"
Please take a look at the Artists Information pages - you will find out where they come from details of technique, and inspiration, as well as WEBSITES, SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS and if the artist will entertain private commission!
Here is the next best thing: We have "hung" the show on virtual walls so you can see their relative size and how they look together. This is ONLY an approximation but it is kinda fun to "walk" through!
Inspired by poet Emily Dickinson, this virtual show focuses on birds and the symbolism of birds - resilience, rebirth, joy, hope, love and peace. The exhibit features photographer BECKY HOLMES-FARLEY as well as 63 other artists who capture the beauty of our feathered friends.
Live Streamed Reception, June 3, 7-8:30pm