"14, going on 15, After 9/11..."
An art exhibition concerning the results of
14 years of never-ending war, and the questions still posed,
here and around the world. Denver Post - Mountain Mail - Westword
In late 2002, I created and placed a peace sign on the front of my house in New Orleans, knowing what was coming; as my neighbor sauntered over and said, You're brave for putting that there. I knew what she meant, but I don't think she really understood what she was really saying, to me and to society. I make my comments in my art about two sides of the same coin in disingenuous disgraces to the truth, the positive way forward, and to the troops committed to politicians' follies and corruptions. These sculptures are to put forth a connection with my war emotions and the most honorable citizens, our troops, and what they have endured, and will endure. God bless the troops? Yes, and God save the troops from government reps banging even more drums. The best hope I see is for these troops to come home and clean house!
In politics and in truth and the way forward in positivity instead of violence. PEACE! I mean it!