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I created this painting after going on the Women's March in Austin,Texas in January, 2017. The 50,000 women (and men) at the Austin March were among the hundreds of thousands across the country who participated. The march had been organized to protest the election of President Trump, and there were lots of protest signs. But the mood was festive - peaceful, joyous, and celebratory.  Many young children were with their mothers, scampering through the crowd or riding in wagons. The feeling of unity among us was incredible. I called the painting Breaking Through because I felt the event helped all of us break through to a new level of consciousness, a new awareness that when we act together we can be a powerful force for positive change.
I created this painting after going on the Women's March in Austin,Texas in January, 2017. The 50,000 women (and men) at the Austin March were among the hundreds of thousands across the country who participated. The march had been organized to protest the election of President Trump, and there were lots of protest signs. But the mood was festive - peaceful, joyous, and celebratory.  Many young children were with their mothers, scampering through the crowd or riding in wagons. The feeling of unity among us was incredible. I called the painting Breaking Through because I felt the event helped all of us break through to a new level of consciousness, a new awareness that when we act together we can be a powerful force for positive change.
I created this painting after going on the Women's March in Austin,Texas in January, 2017. The 50,000 women (and men) at the Austin March were among the hundreds of thousands across the country who participated. The march had been organized to protest the election of President Trump, and there were lots of protest signs. But the mood was festive - peaceful, joyous, and celebratory.  Many young children were with their mothers, scampering through the crowd or riding in wagons. The feeling of unity among us was incredible. I called the painting Breaking Through because I felt the event helped all of us break through to a new level of consciousness, a new awareness that when we act together we can be a powerful force for positive change.
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Breaking Through Painting

Connie Adcock

Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 24 W x 18 H x 1.5 D in

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I created this painting after going on the Women's March in Austin,Texas in January, 2017. The 50,000 women (and men) at the Austin March were among the hundreds of thousands across the country who participated. The march had been organized to protest the election of President Trump, and there were lots of protest signs. But the mood was festive - peaceful, joyous, and celebratory. Many young children were with their mothers, scampering through the crowd or riding in wagons. The feeling of unity among us was incredible. I called the painting Breaking Through because I felt the event helped all of us break through to a new level of consciousness, a new awareness that when we act together we can be a powerful force for positive change.

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Size:24 W x 18 H x 1.5 D in

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