Giclee Canvas print, Size: 23″ x 16, This part two artwork is a twin to a similar scene where a soldier with his daughter is paying respect to a family soldier member.
Look away, look away Dixieland- The recent controversy and violence surrounding America’s Confederate monuments has been ethically challenging.
Look at ancient Mayan ruins in Central America and see how monuments to their rulers were defaced during the tumultuous fall of their civilization.
The Egyptian Pharaoh Akhenaten similarly defaced and destroyed statues of earlier Egyptian gods in his religious reform 3,300 years ago, and Spanish conquistadors destroyed Aztec and Inca monuments and statuary in their war on idolatry in the New World. And there are plenty of examples of the desecration of monuments in the 21st century. The Taliban blew up the Bamiyan Buddhas in Afghanistan. Are not these the same problems currently plaguing America?