|Together, ink and watercolor on Bristol board, 2018.|
This work was shown at the Moorpark College Art Gallery this past April along with the existing Indivisible Project squares.
About this piece, Sarah writes: "When I thought about what being indivisible meant to me, one thing came to mind. I imagined people coming together for a cause. With our nation being so divided politically, I felt it important to express the idea that no matter the race, age, or religion of a person, we can all be united against hate. We can join together hand in hand and be stronger together."
Please keep sending your squares to the Indivisible Project.