Social Justice

Direct action brings satisfaction. Besides my street graf, I have this series about Social Justice. My focus is mostly honoring workers, but it can range widely depending on the issue.

Tomato Picker24″x30″” – Collage and spray paint on 4 panels, 2017.

Woman picking cherry tomatoes. Rustic gold shadow box frame.

Peach Harvest24″x30″ – Collage and spray paint on wood panel, 2017.

Man carrying box of peaches. Peaches are floating into sky with magic elements on the right of panel. Rustic gold shadow box frame.

Grape Carrier with Ancestor24″x30″” – Collage and spray paint on 4 wood panels, 2017 (sold).

Man carrying box of grapes through field. 3 small panels on the left have portraits of Latinos from 1925, 1945, and 1960. Rustic gold shadow box frame.

Shorty15”x10” – Mixed media painting, aerosol paint, acrylic, collage, glitter on wood panel.

Image is still from “Harvest of Shame” a 1960 CBS Reports documentary about poor farm laborers and our food supply. One of a series.

Let Freedom Ring18″x24″

Tomato Picker Man – 24″x30″ – Collage and spray paint on wood panel, 2017.

Man carrying bucket of picked tomatoes. Rustic gold shadow box frame.

Farm Worker Hand – 18”x12”x1 ½” – Mixed media, paper collage and acrylic paint on 3 panels.

Farm worker holding grapes with magical background.

DBI Rainbow Heart

Oiler Woman

Mark MartinSocial Justice