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Equality, Justice and freedom can be as beautiful as a butterfly

 The gallery is focused on AGONZA's daily life expression on canvas as her life evolves. Painting figures with a reflection of her expressions and emotions. Expressing how life can be so unequal and unjustified while we are prisoners to what is normalized. Such as body appearances, technology, racism, brutality, economic status, education status, environmental development, mental illness, and  privilege.  
With this mural I have expressed the gray tones of what people expect from you to be more normal. As to the brush stroke of my eye, Is a representation of what we may see going on in the world and all the colors that we truly are based on how the world has really set a tone for our own culture, and our community.  
IG: @agonzaart 

Wednesday, November 25, 2020 at 11:00am to 4:00pm

Fine Arts Center, Project Space A100 105 Upper College Road

Event Type

Exhibit

Co-Sponsors

College of Arts and Sciences, Art Galleries

Website

https://web.uri.edu/art/galleries/

Group
Art & Art History Department
Contact Person

Mary Malakorn

Contact Email

malakorn@uri.edu

Contact Phone

401-874-5821

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