Art prints and postcards of each of the images are available for sale, with net proceeds split between the artist (50%) and the Ohio Justice and Policy Center (50%). Art prints are $150 each. Each print is archival printed on enhanced matte paper and sized at 20″ x 30″, which includes a 1/4″ margin for framing. Postcards are 5.5″ x 8.5″ and sell for $5 each.
Please contact us to place an order, or visit our art shop Wednesdays – Fridays, 10am to 5pm, or Saturdays, 11am to 4pm.
CLICK ON EACH IMAGE FOR ARTIST STATEMENT AND ARTIST BIO
Melvin Grier, Vietnam Moratorium, October 15, 1969, Photograph from 35mm negative
Terence Hammonds, ballad of righteous indignation, Screen print, acrylic and house paint on paper
Jimi Jones, PRELUDE TO AFTER THE HUNT, digital image
Cherie Garces, Behold, Acrylic and glitter on canvas
Cynthia Lockhart, Your Vote Is Your Protest, fiber & mixed media, hand dyed textiles, hand painted fabrics, hand sewn beading and stones
Gee Horton, If I ruled the world…, Charcoal, Graphite Pencil & Goldleaf
Hannah “Jonesy” Jones, Say Her Name Too, Acrylic on canvas
Ricci Michaels, A Man Was Lynched Yesterday, Mixed Media
Thom Shaw (d. 2010), False Arrest (1997), Ink on Paper
Gilbert Young, Liberty, Mixed media – graphite, acrylic, and printed document
Thank you to our exhibition sponsors: The George and Margaret McLane Foundation, ArtsWave, and Fotofocus.
Thank you to filmmaker Biz Young and FotoFocus for partnering with us to create the following video about UPRISING.