When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom'd

Lincoln's legacy, freedom, justice, equality, Emancipation proclamation, social justice

36" x 48" Mixed Media on double Plexi Panel/birch support, steel frame

“…forever free.” (EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION/ LINCOLN EULOGY) 36”x48” double panel plexi vitrine, synthetic polymer, resin, dried plants, copper wire, iron, china marker.

 The painting was originally inspired by Walt Whitman’s eulogy to Lincoln “When Lilacs Last in the Barnyard Bloom’d.” Lincoln’s words, “forever free,”  also represent the peace of commitment to all lives lived free.