The Dove Is In OUR Hands #286, 2019, 21x28x15", 53x71x38cm
This piece speaks against gun violence. The debris of assault weapons represents ongoing mass shootings in America. The dove, a symbol of peace, is weak, but it is not dead. The dove lifts its head, and looks at the woman as if asking her, “I am in your hands. Help me fly again.” Each one of us can be a dove holder. What can we do, individually and collectively, to stop the spread of hateful killing?