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Hopes of a better future...

The act of painting has always been a cathartic one for me. This particular painting began its journey during the height of the BLM movement. It is a story about a mother holding space for her two kids. It is about honoring the names of those who died by police brutality. It contains fear, hope, love, and dreams of a better future.

So much more needs to be done; however, it's been my anchor when I feel helpless and consumed by the fear I have for my children. This painting serves as a reminder not to forget, forgive, and produce the change you want to see.

More to come, but I wanted to share the latest work inside the studio with you all! Please click on the link below to see the process.

May you be well and always inspired!

The Paper Boat Den

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