mixed media: watercolor, ink, collage, acrylic
12 x 16 inches
"This work was created during a Zoom party honoring the late Priscilla Algave, a beloved WWAC artist and teacher. "Revolution," relates to the healing our society is undergoing, in response to racial injustice. "
Ilene Dube is a writer, artist and filmmaker. Her short stories and personal essays have been published in more than a dozen literary journals, and her journalism appears at Huffington Post, WHYY/Philadelphia Public Media, Hyperallergic and others.
She won the Mercer County Purchase Award in 2014. Her artwork has been exhibited at Grounds For Sculpture (student exhibition), Monmouth Museum, Gallery at Mercer County Community College, Ellarslie Open, Arts Council of Princeton, ArtJam, WWAC, Plainsboro Library, Hopewell Bistro, and is in the collections of Joyce and J. Seward Johnson Jr., Libby Ramage, Heather Barros, the estate of Priscilla Algava, and others.
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