I am Neda17.5 x 27.5" or 45x 70cm
Acrylic and Mixed Media.
A politcal commentary based on the backlash of the Iran election protests in June of 2009. The woman's name was Neda Agha-Soltan. Even though it was half a world away, witnessing her death via internet hit home in a shocking and somber way. One moment you're here; the next, nothing. In the struggle for human rights, this was NOT a soldier or politician or leader; just an everyday civilian. Since the shooting the Iranian government has desicrated her grave and removed her tombstone. It is important not to forget.
Painting is signed by the artist. Framed in wood.
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