• First Wave Statue Exhibit

    Women's Rights

    National Historical Park New York

ARTS AFIRE! Exhibit Photos (March, 2012)

Ann Ricci with her poem.
Ann Ricci with her collage and poem.
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Collage by Ann Ricci
Collage, by Ann Ricci.
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Listening by Ann Ricci.
Listening, by Ann Ricci.
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Collage by Barbara Quinn
Collage, by Barbara Quinn.
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Chris Swanson with her poem, Tapestry
Chris Swanson with her poem, Tapestry.
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Tapestry by Chris Swanson
Tapestry, by Chris Swanson.
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Voices by Chris Swanson
Voices, by Chris Swanson.
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Luciinda McWeeney and Ginny DeJohn with their art.
Lucinda McWeeney and Ginny DeJohn with their art.
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Art, by Lucinda McWeeney
Art, by Lucinda McWeeney
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This house talks, by Lucinda McWeeney
"This House Talks", by Lucinda McWeeney
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Lynn Patti with her collage
Artist Lynn Patti with her collage
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Lynn Patti's collage
Artist Lynn Patti's collage, featuring an image of abolitionist Jermain Loguen
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One hundred and fifty miles to freedom
One Hundred and Fifty Miles to Freedom, by Lynn Patti
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Collage, by Margaret McComb
Collage, by Margaret McComb
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Maraget McComb works on her collage
Margaret McComb works on her collage
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Collage by Marti Houseknecht
Collage, by Marti Houseknecht
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"How can such an empy house poem have such a loud voice" by Marti Houseknecht
"How can such an empy house poem have such a loud voice" by Marti Houseknecht
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Marti Houseknecht with her poem
Marti Houseknecht with her poem
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collage, by Patricia Roth Schwartz
Collage, by Patricia Roth Schwartz
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Patricia Roth Schwartz with her collage
Patricia Roth Schwartz with her collage
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Collage by Roberta Nelson
Collage, by Roberta Nelson
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Roberta Nelson with her collage
Roberta Nelson with her collage
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collage by Ginny DeJohn
Collage, by Ginny DeJohn
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Ginny DeJohn reads her poem
Ginny DeJohn reads her poem
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Night Thoughs by Ginny DeJohn
"Night Thoughs-- July 18, 1848" by Ginny DeJohn
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