100 Years (and Counting)
The installation shown above, 100 Years (and Counting), is a tribute to the centennial of the 19th Amendment of the United States Constitution, granting women the right to vote.
There are 100 gloves in this installation, signifying the centennial; white was the color worn by suffragists to symbolize their cause.
There were thousands involved in the 73-year-long battle for the vote for women. Supporters came from all parts of the country and all walks of life.
100 Years (and Counting) is currently on view at Galatea Fine Art, SOWA, Boston through October 31, 2020. It is included in the gallery's reopening exhibition, Light from Above, Emerging Out of Isolation; details at the Galatea Fine Art website.
Raising Awareness for Voting Rights
This installation is also a fund-raising project for Fair Fight (fairfight.org), an organization founded by Stacey Abrams and dedicated to promoting voting rights for all qualified citizens.
Individual, ready-to-hang molded gloves can be purchased for
$10 each with proceeds going to Fair Fight.