Breaking the Walls of Bias: Art from Survivors 4

Survivors Art Foundation

Breaking the Walls of Bias:
Art from Survivors

The gallery opening included a musical performance by the Thunder Bird Sisters. This exhibition includes paintings, mixed media, works on paper, sculpture, poetry, SAF Outreach Projects, and a work on film by Judith Doyle. The exhibition contiues through August 2, 2002, and is held at the Emily Lowe Gallery, South Campus, Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York. Details and directions


Tim Stempel’s “The True Nature” and Oxana Narozniak’s “Electra” front paintings by Karyn Janowski, Jane McCarty, Lynn Schirmer and Jenny Hahn Neely


Left to right: “The Peace of the World is in My Veins” by Maggie Parr, “Firesinger” by Bennett Sykes Blackburn, and the Totem Rhythms Outreach Project.


One of two paintings by Lynn Schirmer


“Paralysis of Perfection” by Jenny Hahn Neely


“Shatter the Lies” by Susan Adsit

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