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Ann Rowles "Complications"

Statement We would like to believe that this is a practice from the distant past, or some far away unenlightened culture. It hurts when we realize it is here and now, all around us. The dirty tru… View »

Ann Rowles "Complications Detail One"

Statement We would like to believe that this is a practice from the distant past, or some far away unenlightened culture. It hurts when we realize it is here and now, all around us. The dirty tru… View »

Grace Kisa "Journey To Next"

WCA Georgia Chapter back to Human Trafficking Artists Grace Kisa "Journey To Next" mixed media assemblage; doll, shoe, drawer,book pages, spindle with… View »

Grace Kisa "We Used To Fly"

WCA Georgia Chapter back to Human Trafficking Artists Grace Kisa "We Used To Fly" mixed media sculpture; hand built clay, metal, wood, paint, cable tie… View »

Grace Kisa "Certified Sustainable"

WCA Georgia Chapter back to Human Trafficking Artists Grace Kisa "Certified Sustainable" mixed media sculpture; hand built clay, metal,wood,coins, pain… View »

Grace Kisa "New Moon Daughter"

WCA Georgia Chapter back to Human Trafficking Artists Grace Kisa "New Moon Daughter" mixed media sculpture; hand built clay, metal,wood, paint, plastic… View »

Hellenne Vermillion

Statement Human trafficking in all its ugliness needs to be brought to our attention in order to help our victims. I created these two pieces showing how the victims may feel trapped in their sit… View »

Hellenne Vermillion "Caught In the Net"

Statement Human trafficking in all its ugliness needs to be brought to our attention in order to help our victims. I created these two pieces showing how the victims may feel trapped in their sit… View »

Jenny Bell "Three Graces"

Statement Taken in a corridor, outside the remains of a solitary confinement cell, the figure in the image turns away from the viewer and faces darkness. The title Three Graces alludes to the th… View »

Jenny Bell "Ascension"

Statement Ascension is about the duality of light and dark, fighting demons, and achieving clarity. The figure’s arms are outstretched, referencing a Christian cross, however, she is locked into… View »

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