A Minimum of 25% will be donated to local and regional not-for-profits fighting against social injustice
Hudson Planned Parenthood, Friends of Hudson Youth, Operation Unite, Columbia County Bail Fund, Greater Hudson Promise Neighborhood,The J. Tracy Herman Scholarship Fund, Columbia County Sanctuary Movement and more…
Jewel the Wound is a group show inspired by Myron Polenberg’s quote. “Plywood is the canvas of the movement.” Hosted online at hudsonartfair.com and in Person at The Hudson Milliner Art Salon. The show features work by world-class, emerging, and underrepresented artists, including: Tschabalala Self, Huê Thi, Michele Quan, Myron Polenberg, Chris Freeman, Scout Pines aka Brian Bruno, Lucy Welch, Baju Wijono, Ife Cobbins, Charlotta Janssen, Chiarra Hughes, George Spencer, Pauline Decarmo, Ntchota Badila, Louise Smith, Tom McGill, Sienna Reid, Jane Ehrlich, Shannon Greer, David McIntyre, Jessica Willis, Gail Peachin, Andre Juste, Jeremy Bullis, Reggie Madison, and Michael Larry Simpson.
I speak of change not on the surface but in the depth – change in the sense of renewal.
Art and artists have unique ability to illuminate injustice and societal wrongs. Just as the wounds of 9-11 were jeweled by shining lights in the sky, we are jeweling the wounds of systemic injustice, bringing attention and turning them into beacons for change.
When you see something that is not right, not fair, not just, you have to speak up. You have to say something; you have to do something.
Black Life Matter sign outside artist George Spencer’s home and studio Kinderhook NY
MBA by Tschabalala Self (2018)
96″ x 96″
$100.00 – $350.00
$100.00 – $350.00
David Konigsberg (2020)
Monotype and oil applied to ply panel
Set of Five, each 6 1/2″ x 7 1/2″