Haitian Folk Art. Theme : The old represents Wisdom and Knowledge. The middle age stands for Strength and Fertility. The young is Innocence, Agility and the Hope of a better future . “Generations”. Haitian Folk Art.
Theme: The old represents Wisdom and Knowledge. The middle age stands for Strength and Fertility. The young is Innocence, Agility and the Hope of a better future.
Theme: Sisters gather at the market to help one another sell their produce and to renew their sisterly bond.
Theme: The painting speaks of the political turmoil of the 1980s.
“Wall of Shadows”
“Sweet Sweet Gardenia”
Theme: Though the earth is bright and beautiful, Sweet Gardenia will not open her eyes.
“Going to Church”
Theme: Role of religion in the African American family and community.
Theme: The importance of music (jazz music in this case) to the African American Community.African American
“Walls and Doors”
Possibly this painting is about the recurring dream of a library without books where history & knowledge live inscribed in walls ...it's content, whether painful or joyful...transformed into an alphabet of colored light.
Theme: Harmony and spirituality.
“Dreambridge to Ark”
Theme: Each time we close our eyes to go to sleep, we take a journey.
“Folk Art Black Stallion”
Theme: Independence, strength
“Seeking Creative Expressions”
Theme: The painter represents his need to create art on a daily basis
Ketchican Totem Pole
Theme: Totem poles were built to commemorate ancestors and to remember the past.
“Angry Rebellious Doll”
Theme: Hand crafted by an extremely poor artist to give a voice to those seeking political and economic freedom
“Bright Ocean Flower Trees”
Theme: Represents the beauty of Mexico
Huichol Mural made with coloured string
Theme: The painting seems to speak of the busy nature and diversity of the community.
“Thanksgiving Autumn Country Farm Rural Americana”
Theme: Rural America is a land of plenty
Theme: Eat, Drink, and be Merry
“David and Catherine Crane”
Theme: Marriage is _(You fill in the blank on this one)