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Killing Time in the age of Corona

Killing Time in the age of Corona

The statuary of angel watches over man who is holding time in his hands. He is surrounded by grey backdrop. A weapon is pointed at his head. A woman's outstretched hands reach for him from above as the 3 of swords tarot card hovers over his head.

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Niños Perdidos

Niños Perdidos

A train car of rust and white has graffiti sprawled on it which reads, Los Niños Perdidos - The Lost Children. The seemingly burnt looking clouds float on a green backdrop of sky in this artwork.

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The Eagle has Landed in Isolation

The Eagle has Landed in Isolation

A tan background is broken by a large green saguaro cactus. The large print of an anatomical heart holds place by two gas masks. Arms are outstretched as they reach for the masks and each other. The american eagle sits and waits alone.

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Hope Amidst the Fear of Loss

Hope Amidst the Fear of Loss

A grey and white women, represented in concrete, kneels in prayer with a rosary in her hands. A black billowy smoke like image is above her. In the center of this painting is the red image of twins/ fetuses.

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Love Casts Out Fear

Love Casts Out Fear

Life, pregnancy, and spirituality are celebrated in this print of black, red, gold and grey colors. Babies head is held lovingly in a father’s hand which is surrounded by the golden and pink accents. A pregnant woman’s highlighted abdomen lies in the foreground.

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Live - Never Give Up

Live - Never Give Up

This blue denim mixed media artwork is now available via print in its entirety for the first time. The blue background is broken up by broken glass, yellow flowers and red accents. The message of a survivor is, never give up, live, and to love self, which are prominently displayed on this piece. The original artwork sold at auction for the Rape Crisis Center, Las Vegas, NV in 2014.

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Faith of Flight

Faith of Flight

A brightly green and blue hummingbird is in flight above richly dark skinned cupped hands. The hummingbird flies below a black tree of life and is surrounded by a brightly textured red background.

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Freedom of the Press

Freedom of the Press

A bright teal background is the home for this political artwork which uses imagery and symbolism to express the importance of the freedom of the press. Red, white and blue hands are outstretched towards a man holding the image of a newspaper with breaking news. The newsman is in a cage that is open, and the words "facts" and "truth" are set free. A Pinocchio is wearing a pink crown and has the number 45 on his nose. A blindfolded man stands behind him in a suit, with his hand out. Equality stands dominantly in the middle of this artwork with an expressive black t-shirt.

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Golden Vision of the Songbird

Golden Vision of the Songbird

A golden background of clouds illuminates the desert with a sunburst in this artwork. A tan songbird sits in a green budding branch in the foreground. The all seeing eye above is the source of the light, which is over the train track that leads off into the distance.

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Ancestral Dream

Ancestral Dream

Black and white images of ancestors looking through time, are represented in this artwork. The symbolism of the angel, the frontera/border, revolution and the grapes of abundance are a visionary journey witnessed by Lady Liberty. A original mixed media piece of Ramos-Bennett was the inspiration for this digital artwork.

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Castration of Truth in the Garden of Hope

Castration of Truth in the Garden of Hope

This Penny Ramos-Bennett signed original, has a grey crumbling 45 at its center, because of a shofar being blown. An angel mistakenly has met the fate of the tarot’s hanged man and is bound and suspended in time at the top of this painting. Justice and Journalism flank the angel and are in great peril. Hope rests at the base of this painting and is depicted by Christ in tan and gold, surrounded by Mexicans, Latinas(os), and indigenous people.
36" H x 36" W x 1" D   

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Target Immigration Reform - Yesterday and Today

Target Immigration Reform - Yesterday and Today

The base of this painting depicts women of varying ethnicities and eras. A black target surrounds the golden word immigration. The torch of the Statue of Liberty peeks out from behind the immigrants. The giant red-letter “F” sits in the center of this painting and completes the Spanish word Frontera (border). The “F” also completes the image of a grey bomb that splashes up blood, for the ultimate F-bomb. The all seeing eye is prominent. A scowling 45 watches from above with the three of swords pierced heart. Proverbs 26:26 is quoted.

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Constitution trumps the king

Constitution trumps the king

A blue sky background is broken up by a statuary of a man, whose hands are holding a crown above his own head. A red, white and black circle with the #45 replaces his face . The tenth amendment of the U.S.A. is above the crown in white script.

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Note to Self, I Love You

Note to Self, I Love You

Image of an original artwork auctioned for the Rape Crisis Center, Las Vegas, Nevada in 2014. A light blue background holds jeans that have a message of a "Note to Self- I Love You." Yellow and white paper flowers adorn the ripped jeans with a belt that has the word survivor on it. Shattered glass surrounds the jeans and a purple amethyst stone sits in the center.

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Water Mother

Water Mother

An indigenous woman is dressed in a red orange dress with white accent. She is is surrounded by blue, gold, and light green flowing water. Her braids frame her warm brown skin as her big dark eyes look into the distance.

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American Immigration Policy

American Immigration Policy

A young child is crying as he stands before a likeness of the flag of the United States of America. The words below him read, American Immigration Policy. The red, white and blue is striking behind the tan and black sketch of the boy.

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