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Created spur-of-the moment, these collages are made using packaging from Seattle, all from my recycling bin.  Since these pieces are quite small, I have priced them quite low so if you love my art, you may want to cop one. 

Some of the bottle caps and tabs I have used in this series were ones I saved over time particularly for this series. I love how packaging is very telling of a location. These pieces are all VERY Seattle. 

A collage tribute to the PNW. 


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Limited Edition
Giclee Print on Archival Canson Museum Vellin 315 gsm paper
17" (height) x 15" (width)
Originally painted in 2018

Artist Statement:
Colin Kaepernick kneeling during the national anthem was an act that needs recognition because:
• Why should we expect him to show respect to a flag and country that doesn’t value his life based of the color of his skin?
• This act cost him dearly.
• Time and time again society punishes those who speak up.
• When painting this, I kept thinking about all the African Americans around him who did not join in.
• If not him, who? If not then, when?
This incident represents everything I love and hate about my bae, America.

Original Artwork details:
Title: Bravery
Size: 65” x 55”
Medium: Mixed (Acrylic Paint, Paper Collage, Spray Paint)

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