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Run #00445c

Going Somewhere

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TYPE:Framed Mixed Media Original Painting
SIZE:6.25 x 4 Inches
RELEASE DATE:   Apr 04 2013
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The Right To Bear Art
16 Artworks
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"The idea for this series came very easily. It’s hard to get away from guns nowadays. Much older guns are quite intricate and beautiful, so several of these were a joy to draw. There are small details which make each one unique. There is imagination and discipline in each one.

I have an unbiased view on weapons, but these pieces were created to document a country in conflict with itself, from personal to epidemic situations. They are a sign of the times; well drawn and without the gore. Like them or hate them, guns are relevant." - Mary Williams

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Each Piece In This RUN comes signed by the Mary Williams along with an Original Artwork Letter of Provenance from 1xRUN.

Mary Williams
Detroit, MI, USA
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Mary Williams has been drawing since childhood and began a series of mood-laden interiors in college. Those drawings led her to begin large scale portraiture in graduate school. Needing to break out of her habits and gain a wider audience, she began incorporating her drawings into collages. This led her to work with more social themes such as feminism, gun control and the preservation of the environment and its creatures.
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