SHE, The Power of Protest

2021

Fifty-five ceramic torsos

10x5.5x4.25 inches each

Statement

The power of protests is in their long-term effects, on both the protesters themselves and the rest of society. The Voting Rights Act was signed into law 55 years ago because of sustained peaceful protests by African Americans. The ADA enacted in1990 was due to the 504 Sit-in by 100 disabled protestors. Women’s Marches empowered women to support each other. Kamala Harris is now our first woman Vice President.

In exhibition

Twenty Women Artists: NOW

March 13 to August 1, 2021

Oceanside Museum of Art

704 Pier View Way, Oceanside, CA 92054



TO PURCHASE WORK

SHE, The Power of Protest is comprised of fifty-five 10x5.5x4.25 inch ceramic torsos $450 each.

The entire collection is included in the exhibition Twenty Women Artists: NOW. 


To purchase work prior to the August 1st close of the exhibition.

Download Collector/Museum Loan Agreement Form below.

Then fill out the form, sign and email to Julia at julia@juliacrgray.com EMAIL LINK