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Border Series #14 "Eduardo"

Border Series #14 "Eduardo"

Eduardo waits in Mexico for a chance to apply for asylum. LGBTQ migrants face much greater perils than others seeking passage north. Acrylic on Arches.
30" H x 22" W
$850.00    
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Reunion

Reunion

Mother and daughter together again after long separation. Acrylic on Arches.
30" H x 22" W
$850.00    
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El Barrio

El Barrio

An imagined wall, peeling paint, an old poster and a portrait of Spencer Flores, an Ecuadorean immigrant who is losing his auto body shop in Willets Point, Queens to gentrification, Acrylic and collage on Arches.
30" H x 22" W
$850.00    
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A Day in November

A Day in November

Maria Meza, a 39 yr old migrant woman from Honduras, seeking asylum with her family, runs from tear gas with her twin 5 yr old daughters, Saira and Cheili, in front of the US border wall in Tijuana.
From a photo by Kim Kyung-Hoon, Reuters 11/25/18.
Acrylic, graphite, collage on Stonehenge mounted to board.
16" H x 20" W

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Reunited # 3

Reunited # 3

Patricia with her son, Jose, 8 yrs. old, from Honduras. He crossed the border alone and was held in custody for 8 months until reunited with his mother. From a photo by Ilana Panich-Linsman, The New York Times.
Acrylic and graphite on Stonehenge watercolor paper mounted to board.
24" H x 18" W

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Reunited #2

Reunited #2

Patricia with her son Jose, 8, from Honduras. He crossed the border by himself then spent 8 months in custody until reunited with his mother.
From a photo by Ilana Panich-Linsman, The New York Times,
Acrylic, watercolor, graphite on tissue mounted to canvas.
24" H x 18" W

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Border Series #13 "Seeking Asylum"

Border Series #13 "Seeking Asylum"

A fourth version of the portrait of the Honduran woman seeking asylum with her child. From a photo by Orlando Sierra, Getty Images. Acrylic, graphite, collage on tissue mounted to Stonehenge.
24" H x 18" W

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Border Series #11, Seeking Asylum

Border Series #11, Seeking Asylum

A third version of the Honduran woman seeking asylum with her child.
From a photo by Orland Sierra, Getty Images.
Graphite and watercolor on tissue mounted to canvas.
24" H x 18" W

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Border Series #10 Seeking Asylum

Border Series #10 Seeking Asylum

A second version of the Honduran woman who is seeking asylum with her child.
From a photo by Orlando Sierra, Getty Images.
Graphite and watercolor on Arches.
30" H x 22" W

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Border Series #9

Border Series #9

A Honduran mother and child wait in Mexico for a chance to apply for asylum. From a photo by Orlando Sierra, Getty Images.
Graphite, collage and acrylic on Arches.
30" H x 22" W

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Border Series #12, "Seeking Asylum"

Border Series #12, "Seeking Asylum"

After crossing the Rio Grande this father and child wait to apply for asylum. From a photo by Ricky Carioti, The Washington Post.
Acrylic and graphite on Stonehenge paper.
24" H x 18" W

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The Border, Silvia Maribel Ramos

The Border, Silvia Maribel Ramos

Her 3-year old daughter, Ashley, was taken by border agents last month. "My daughter can't understand, she just weeps and begs to be with us." The New York Times, March 10, 2019.
From a photo by Jim Wilson. Acrylic and graphite on Arches.
30" H x 22" W

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Passage North

Passage North

Central American migrants holding close for warmth as they are held at the border in an enclosed area beneath the Paso del Norte Bridge in El Paso. 3/29/19 The New York Times, from a photo by Tamir Kalifa.
Acrylic and collage on Arches.
30" H x 22" W

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Old Glory

Old Glory

Our flag reincarnated as "the wall". Acrylic, collage, hardboard on canvas.
36" H x 24" W

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The Missing

The Missing

A Central American woman in a march to locate relatives missing at the border. Acrylic on Arches.
30" H x 22" W

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The Border, Sorry, There's No More Room

The Border, Sorry, There's No More Room

"The wall stands as our new emblem" writes Grey Grandin in his book "The End of The Myth". We have become "a country that increasingly defines itself by what it hates." Acrylic and graphite on Arches.
30" H x 22" W

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Rio Grande #3

Rio Grande #3

Young children taken from their mothers and fathers and bused away; an inhumane and immoral policy.
Acrylic and graphite on Arches.
30" H x 22" W

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Rio Grande #2

Rio Grande #2

The faces of those at the front line of America's southwest border crisis.
Acrylic, newsprint, spray, graphite on Arches.
30" H x 22" W

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Los Emigrantes

Los Emigrantes

Faces of those fleeing violence and poverty and seeking asylum in the United States. Acrylic, spray, graphite on Arches.
30" H x 22" W

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Rio Grande

Rio Grande

A painting inspired by the desperate situation at our southern border.
Acrylic, graphite, pouring medium on Arches.
40" H x 30" W

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Homage to Frida

Homage to Frida

In honor of March, Women's History Month in the US.
Acrylic on Arches.
40" H x 30" W

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