Thursday, 9 January 2014

by Jeanne Boivin

In My Prison A Poster Of Mandela


I'll try to explain the sense of this oil painting with the help of a translator:

At first I wanted through this oil painting to pay tribute to Nelson Mandela, secondly I also had a thought for all the political prisoners, which remain locked into the world.

Finally, in a wider sense, I wanted to hint at our own prisons, our internal prisons, which sometimes prevent us from giving life to our dreams.

Mandela represents here the hope and the strength. The hope of a colored, committed, (hired) alive and kicking life, which opposes the ice-cold walls of prisons.


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