Justice Man

"The impulse for creating JUSTICE MAN arose out of a need to honor the illuminating sacrifice of the former slave, known as Gordon. Beaten savagely for escaping the brutality of slavery, he fought with the Union army for his freedom and the generations that followed in his wake.

The New York Times Magazine, the 1619 project features a terrible image of the scourge of scars on his back. It is enough to make one weep. Yet it is a weeping of compassion and joy for his indomitable spirit and the beauty of his soul. In using the colors purple, silver, white, and gold I dove deep to merge with the duende of one of our unsung heroes."

- Linda King

Prints are produced on demand on stretched canvas, acrylic plexi, or giclee fine art paper in a variety of sizes here in the United States.

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Prayers Riding the Thermals - ArtLifting
Artwork: Prayers Riding the Thermals by Cheryl Kinderknecht, Temple by Jeff Diener