Love Conquers Hate

"Love Conquers Hate" in my response to what happened at Pulse in Orlando in June 2016 and after reading that 2016 was the deadliest year on record for the LGBTQ community. The painting takes place in front of Stonewall Inn, site of the 1969 riots that gave birth to the gay rights movement. The ghosts may be filled with bullet holes and blood, but the flowers people are leaving are thick, (actually around 3/8th of an inch thick) and bright to represent how hate will not destroy the human spirit and we will come back stronger and brighter than ever. We must fight hate in all its forms. We must love and care for each other. "Love Conquers Hate" will be featured at the National Association of Women Artists, 128th Annual Members' Exhibition. The show runs from August 22 - September 14, 2017 and is at the Sylvia Wald & Po Kim Art Gallery, 417 Lafayette Street, NYC. The reception is Thursday, August 31th from 6 - 8pm. 


Love Conquers Hate