January 18, 2017
My desire to participate in this week’s art strike #J20 Art Strike is personal. Ultimately, I can only explain why it’s important for me and hope that preserving American Democracy will be important to you too. The #J20 Art Strike is part of a national day of actions planned for Inauguration Day. Resistance is a daily activity, not an event.
“Seen but Not Heard”, Resin, Paint & Mixed Media, by Carole Feuerman
“Hear MY Voice”, Resin & Mixed Media, by Carole Feuerman
The Art World Can Create Change for the Better During the Trump Years
I am a hyperrealist artist known for my swimmers and bathers. My message has always been balance, peace, survival. I try to touch the world emotionally through my sculptures, to bring the world together. In the past year, I have become a political activist, writing letters, making calls, tweeting and posting on Facebook, and protesting.
I will be going to Washington with the woman’s march this coming Saturday.
My next sculpture will be carrying the message that artists can make a difference.
All people are equal. “Kendall”, Bronze & Lacquer “Yaima”, Bronze & Lacquer, Poydras Corridor in Front of The Civil Rights Courthouse by Carole Feuerman
In the Next Four Years….
Artists and art organizations have the power to work for economic justice while dismantling white supremacy in the arts. A picture is worth a thousand words so do not be afraid to make yourself heard.
The “General’s Daughter, Resin & Oil, by Carole Feuerman
Please Do Not Cut Medicate and Social Security
My mother, Sue Ackerman is on Medicare & Social Security
800 Women Stand Together at The Brooklyn Museum