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Stonewall Acrylic Print featuring the painting Remembering Stonewall 1969 by David Westwood

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Remembering Stonewall 1969 Acrylic Print

David Westwood

by David Westwood

$74.00

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Remembering Stonewall 1969 acrylic print by David Westwood.   Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print. Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic. The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Two different mounting options are available, see below.

Design Details

Remembering Stonewall 1969. The late and great Judy Garland leads the way down the yellow brick road. The New York Skyline as it was in 1969. We... more

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Artist's Description

Remembering Stonewall 1969. The late and great Judy Garland leads the way down the yellow brick road. The New York Skyline as it was in 1969. We see the outline of the Stonewall Inn and a white policeman brandishing his truncheon at a black drag queen, who retaliates by throwing her handbag at him. She reaches back, forward through time, to a young white man who is kissing a black NYC policeman, while reaching erotically for his truncheon. The stars bare the name of some world changing gay men. Liberace, Andy Warhol, Sir Elton John, Freddie Mercury, Alan Turing and Michelangelo.A red ribbon on the side of the Empire State Building at the start of the arrow of time, tells of another tragedy yet to happen.

About David Westwood

David Westwood

I was born on the 20th February 1968 and grew up in the shadow of Birmingham, England. The second largest city in the UK. I come from a working class back-ground. I am gay and came out to my family at the age of 16 in 1984. At first my family rejected my sexuality. AIDS was hitting the headlines as, “the gay plague,” and they really did not understand why I had, “chosen,” to be gay. Eventually however, they realized it was not a choice and they did accept me. This conflict is documented in many of my artworks along with my interest in history and politics. My artwork is created to be seen and when it has been looked at it has achieved his goal. I creates two types of art, that which carries a message and that which...

 

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