Sightseeing with Dignity human rights art series, 21-30.
As of November 2018, I have completed 30 drawings in the Sightseeing with Dignity series.
For the benefit of art students and art instructors who might find them of interest I’ve included some photos taken when artworks were in-progress. These show the progression of some of the drawings and mosaics.
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Sightseeing with Dignity 21-30
SWD 21: Ryanne Elizabeth Mace, 19, shot to death in a terror attack, Feb. 14, 2014, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb
SWD 22: Zakariya Ibrahim Issa, age 20, shot-to-death in Seattle, July 31, 2015.
SWD 23: Salaam aleichem! Shalom alekhem! Remembrance and posthumous dignity to four teenage victims of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict slain 2014, 2015
SWD 24: American gun-rights and genocide victim Renisha McBride, age 19
SWD 25: Remembering victims of human rights atrocities in the Americas: Sister Maura Clarke, an American Maryknoll missionary, murdered by El Salvador military, 1980; and Fernando Brodsky, “un desaparecido,” murdered by the Argentine military, 1979.
SWD 26: Ihab Slimane, a young French IT grad, was working as a waiter in London for several months. He was murdered in the London tube and bus bombing terror attacks, July 7, 2005
SWD 27 Christina Taylor Green
SWD 28 American “gun-rights” victim Robert F. “Bobby” Kennedy, 1925-1968, and my teenage years pet parakeet, Monty, 1965-1970.
SWD 29 Franz Kafka visits from The Other World to see the bigoted American President, Donald Trump
SWD 30 Brent Martin, a 30-year old learning-disabled man slain in a hate crime attack, Sunderland, England, 2007
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