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Welcome to the virtual exhibition for US All.

Curated by Bibiana Huang Matheis, this exhibition celebrates the power of unity by showcasing diversity through portraits of our pluralistic, multi-ethnic/multi-cultural peoples.

Howard Lasser, Brookfield Craft Center’s executive director commented: “Brookfield Craft Center is committed to supporting efforts to promote diversity, equity and inclusion in the artistic community.  We are excited to present this exhibition, which shows the faces that make up the American mosaic.”

Thank you to our sponsors, Reid & Riege PC of Hartford and Rio Grande Jewelry Supply.

US All Artist Directory

Contact jdoherty@brookfieldcraft.org to purchase a piece.

Download a PDF of the US ALL Program here. 

Pat Allen

“This piece honors and portrays Dr. Lucille Venture, the first art person to earn a Ph.D. degree in art therapy.

She called art therapists to use art to understand and repair our racist decisions that left voices like hers out.”

Pat Allen

Dr. Lucille Venture

NFS

Jessica Baker

Jessica Baker

‘us’

$600

17”x11” poster available $20

“I created ‘us’ in response to the divisive political and social climate in the country in an endeavor to celebrate what unites all of us namely, love.”

Suzanne Benton

“Born in Memphis, Tennessee, Mary Church Terrell was a well-known author and activist for equal rights. Terrell’s parents were freed slaves. A part of a rising African-American upper middle class, Terrell used her position to campaign for racial equality and women’s suffrage.”

Suzanne Benton

Mary Church Terrell Over Time

$4500

Courtesy of ODETTA

 

“1858 to 1964 An educator,

administrator, and social

reformer, Anna J. Haywood

Cooper was born a slave in

Raleigh, North Carolina.

She was a leader in the

National Association of

Colored Women.”

Suzanne Benton

Anna Julia Cooper

$4500

Courtesy of ODETTA

Cassandra Jennings Hall

Cassandra Jennings Hall

Say Their Names

$2400

“Say Their Names; All of those who have lost their lives due to racism here in America. Say Their Names.”

Joy Brown

Joy Brown

stander holding small one

$9500

“My art reflects the influence of my childhood in Japan and of the rigorous discipline of my apprenticeship in traditional Japanese wood-fired ceramics.”

“Wood firing and working with clay became a way of life, defining an aesthetic that guides my work and life.”

Joy Brown

elephant with rider

$7200

Joy Brown

kneeling on one knee

$8500

January Yoon Cho

January Yoon Cho

First Christmas

$180

“My son’s first Christmas at 11 months old. We decided to dress up in traditional Korean costumes for our Christmas card.”

January Yoon Cho

A Hat for me, A Hat for you

$180

“My son dressed up in Hanbok, a traditional Korean costume to say Happy Lunar New Year.”

January Yoon Cho

Happy Lunar New Year!

$180

Susan Hennelly

*Group of four available $800

“These portraits are names of cities from all corners of the world who have come to the United States of America.”

Susan Hennelly

Wellington, North Is. New Zealand

$250

 

Susan Hennelly

Sombor, Yugoslavia

$250

Susan Hennelly

Nobeoka, Kyushu, Japan

$250

 

“Black and white, they represent opposites and diversity.”

Susan Hennelly

Easley, South Carolina

$250

Wennie Huang

“She relishes the relative anonymity of living in New York City where the sheer volume of people from diverse backgrounds provided her with many new faces daily…”

Wennie Huang

Afriyie Last July

$350

Wennie Huang

Jenne in Red

$350

Wennie Huang

Esteban with Red Bandana

$350

Wennie Huang

Mamadou in White

$350

“…the pandemic reduced this visual feast to gazing at the faces of portrait models on her iPad screen as she demos drawing from life in Zoom for her art students.”

Kanika Khurana

Kanika Khurana

Self Portrait

$150

“I was born and raised in Delhi, India. Like the Pilgrims who set sail from England to settle in New England in 1620, I too came to Connecticut in 2013.”

Tanya Kukucka

Tanya Kukucka

Bear Medicine

$1600

“This painting reflects upon the Native American beliefs of unifying humans and nature in peaceful harmony.”

Tanya Kukucka

Unveiling

$1600

Tanya Kukucka

US All…Peek-a-boo!

NFS

Andrew Kung

“Over the last 4 years, I have worked across many genres to visually explore the Asian American experience.”

Andrew Kung

Austin

NFS

Andrew Kung

Way of Flowers

NFS

“Through my images, I aim to normalize Asian American beauty, belonging, and individuality.”

Andrew Kung

Wish I Had A Hero Who Looks Like Me

NFS

ShawnaLee Kwashnak

“More than just a Portrait moment caught in time, I have always loved and been intrigued by how some portraits capture so much more than just the looks of a subject but the personal character’ message within.”

ShawnaLee Kwashnak

Sarah age two

NFS

ShawnaLee Kwashnak

John Bunker of the Lost Apple Project

$500

Barbara J. Lloyd

“‘Harvest Maiden’ is a story on canvas of a young Native American woman facing the limitations of her future, as she readies herself for a harvest celebration.”

Barbara J. Lloyd

Harvest Maiden

$1400

Crystal Marshall

“Light in the midst of darkness bears knowledge and serves as signs to the figure below. The figure looks upwards to contemplate the signs.”

Crystal Marshall

Wool – The Heavens Will Be For Signs

$550

 

Crystal Marshall

Wool V – Observer

$550

Crystal Marshall

Wool IV

$550

Linda Martin

“I continue to evolve artistically, my motivation to give thanks to GOD for my gift, to honor my ancestors…”

Linda Martin

Righteous Spirit

$2,200

 

Linda Martin

A Seed of Payne

$1,900

“..and teach my descendants is woven into the fabrics as I express who I am, where I come from, where I have been, and where I am going.”

Jackie Merritt

“As an Artist and Musician/Songwriter, I am by nature a storyteller. Whether it’s intentional or not, ideas overlap and influence each other during the process of creating.”

Jackie Merritt

Let Go, Let God

$2,000

Barbara Masterson

Barbara Masterson

Gentlewomen

$3,000

Barbara Masterson

Abraham

$2,000

“Art is like a serum, transforming its audience for good or ill. Migrant workers came into view. They have transformed my vision. Familiar shapes in fields and orchards, migrant workers toil.”

Barbara Masterson

Hesitation

$1,800

Danielle Nielsen

Danielle Nielsen

The New Normal

NFS

“I am an advocate for those withdisabilities because our “weird”deserves to be normal,  too.” 

Julia Provey

Julia Provey

american dream

$1,600

“My artwork has been influenced by the beauty of diverse cultures and the longing for unity amongst us. I make art work as activism and attend protests with my signs regularly.”

Bridget Pavalow

Bridget Pavalow

Fire

$400

Bridget Pavalow

Characters

$250

“Highlighting underrepresented people and topics has always been a strong passion of mine and others deserve to be heard and seen.”

Dustan Osborn

Dustan Osborn

Mother takes her five children to the Barnes Collection

$180

Dustan Osborn

American Cowboy

$180

Dustan Osborn

Persian Girl Goes to America

$180

Dustan Osborn

Boy in Oregon

$180

Dustan Osborn

Chambermaid, Death Valley

$180

Dustan Osborn

Native American

$180

Irene Osborn

Irene Osborn

Rainbow Family

NFS

“This Rainbow Family is all about love, regardless of gender, race, or religion.”

Meg Seymour

“My subject matter focuses on the uniqueness and beauty of the human race.”

Meg Seymour

Waiting

$30

Meg Seymour

Keeps Spinning

$30

Meg Seymour

Trapped

$30

Rosalind Shaffer

Rosalind Shaffer

Proud

$1,200

“It is impossible as an artist, to stand on the sidelines of these turbulent times. My work is a reflection of the issues that most affect me.”

Rosalind Shaffer

Unseen

$1,000

Rosalind Shaffer

Memory

$2,000

Ayman Siam

“I hope my photos help others see the colors we all have within us and promote individuality and equality.”

Ayman Siam

Brotherhood

$400

Franklin Silva

“To accept our fellow man, we have to understand ourselves first.”

Franklin Silva

Rejection

$510

Franklin Silva

Acceptance

$510

My works talk about it, about internal crises, understanding everything, and accepting it.”

Danielle Wassmer

Danielle Wassmer

Memory

$200

“Identity is a journey. Sometimes I forget who I am, then remember again.”

Pam Smilow

Pam Smilow

George Floyd, Murdered

$2,00

“My intent with the Breonna Taylor, George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Emmet Till portraits…”

Pam Smilow

Breonna Taylor, Murdered While Sleeping

$2,000

Pam Smilow

Ahmaud Arbery, Murdered While Jogging

$2,000

Pam Smilow

Emmet Till, Lynched At Age 14

$2,000

“..was to honor these individuals whose lives were cut short by police brutality.”

Pam Smilow

Elijah McClain, Murdered While Walking Home

$2,000