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100% of the proceeds from the sale of this .art go directly to Razom for Ukraine, a non-profit providing relief and supp...
03/24/2022

100% of the proceeds from the sale of this .art go directly to Razom for Ukraine, a non-profit providing relief and support for Ukrainians.

ART FOR UKRAINE
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“We continue to be shocked and appalled by the brutal and unjust war the Russia is waging in Ukraine. The humanitarian situation worsens with each passing day, and the people of Ukraine need our urgent support.

As such, we are proud to launch ART FOR UKRAINE, an art sale with 100% of proceeds going directly to Razom for Ukraine, a non-profit providing relief and support for Ukrainians.

All of the artworks have been generously donated by the artists with 100% of the proceeds benefiting Razom, a grassroots 501(c)(3) non-profit providing humanitarian aid and relief to Ukrainians.

We invite you to explore the sale and hope you will consider acquiring one of these amazing works of art.”

The incredible artists participating in the sale include: Christopher Boffoli () . ( & ) .art
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Incredible feature  : “An Artist on How He Survived the Chain Gang” by Winfred Rembert Link in bio for full article!!   ...
05/03/2021

Incredible feature : “An Artist on How He Survived the Chain Gang” by Winfred Rembert
Link in bio for full article!! Intro by Erin I. Kelly:
On March 31st, the artist Winfred Rembert died, at the age of seventy-five. He was born in 1945 and grew up in Cuthbert, Georgia, where he picked cotton as a child. As a teen-ager, he got involved in the civil-rights movement and was arrested in the aftermath of a demonstration. He later broke out of jail, survived a near-lynching, and spent seven years in prison, where he was forced to labor on chain gangs. Following his release, in 1974, he married Patsy Gammage, and they eventually settled in New Haven, Connecticut. At the age of fifty-one, with Patsy’s encouragement, he began carving and painting memories from his youth onto leather, using leather-tooling skills he had learned in prison. I met Rembert in 2015, while I was working on a book about criminal justice. He told me he wanted to share his life story in his own words but needed help writing it. From 2018 to 2020, I visited his home every two weeks or so to interview him. I transcribed and arranged his reflections and then read the pages back to him. Each time we met, we dug deeper into Rembert’s thoughts about what he had lived through.
—Erin I. Kelly

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