What I wanted originally were hearts. It is a painting about love and our justice system. You might not see any hearts in the completed painting. It is important that they are there. I especially like the heart that the two women make with their bodies.
I found this quote, “The moral arc of the universe is long, but it bends towards justice.” –Theodore Parker. Mr. Parker was an abolitionist who lived and died in the 19th century. I think he would be honored to be a proponent of marriage equality.
The original is acrylic paint, tissue paper, Washi tape, varnish on linen canvas. <br />
The original is in a private collection. You can read about the real life women on my blog, gatorgirlart.wordpress.com.<br />
You can order prints that are 8.5" x 11" and 11" x 14". If you want a giclée or a different size print, message me. <br />
Limited edition prints are signed an numbered by me. No run is over 50.
11" x 14"
Shipping cost: $5.00
Nancy Wolfe Kimberly, aka Gator Girl, is lover of all things New Orleans. New Orleans is her muse. Wherever she looks she is struck visually and spiritually by her surroundings. Whether it is a Mardi Gras Indian in his dazzling suit, an alligator sunning herself along the bayou, or a quiet cemetery in the evening, New Orleans speaks to her heart.
When she paints she has two goals, to spread healing energy to the city and to spread the New Orleans attitude of love to the rest of the world.
Nancy Wolfe Kimberly is a New Orleans artist living and working in the Uptown neighborhood.
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