Baby Steps: The history of the oppressed is a story of persistence, of taking one step at a time. By Sheary Clough Suiter

From: Intemann Gallery at the Manitou Art Center

Encaustic, reclaimed porcelain doll, cloth, thread, wire, sheetrock tape, red dirt, found netting, on cradled panel 24x24x5 inches.

Own a piece of Suiter’s first foray into art activism. This artwork is from Suiter’s 2019 solo exhibition “I Never Played with Dolls” calling attention to the history of the oppressed seeking equality, whether it be discrimination based on gender, religion, race, or sexual orientation, it’s a story of persistence, of taking one step at a time.

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