Wish I Might

"This is part of a series developed in 2023 exploring access, isolation, and inclusivity—focusing on marginalized subjects in seemingly innocuous situations. Journal entries from when I was relearning how to write post-stroke are printed on acrylic fiber paste. Texture is built up throughout canvas for tactile viewing for low vision persons. Braille descriptors are decoupaged throughout the piece. A figure struggles to carry full plastic bags through a back alley parking lot. To the right is a sleeping palette made up in a parking space. Text lines the windows of a building on the left. Next to it, lights shine from windows in a brick building. A single star hangs in the sky. Braille indicator text decoupaged into painting."

- Ian Shearer

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