21st Student Art Purchase Award: The Things They Made for Me
Two digital media prints under one titles: a) showing a photograph of an African American wearing a brown, brimmed hat and with both hands tilting sunglasses slightly down the nose. This person's fingernails are short. There is a red rectangle outlining that image which is set against a background of various styles of tennis shoes. A smaller red square outlines two hands, holding a partially visible eye-glass style earpiece in front of cloth that appears to be the same as the person's shirt; b) a photograph of an African American with long, wavy hair who is wearing a purple, fur coat and sunglasses. This person's fingernails are long, with one hand spread across the front lapel of coat and the other only partially visible at shoulder height. There is a blue rectangle outlining that image which is set against a background of various styles of tennis shoes and boots. A smaller light blue square outlines a hand, in profile, with long fingernails pulling strands of hair horizontally. An even smaller light blue rectangle outlines a hand with long fingernails; the fingers are partially folded so that the viewer can see almost all of the four fingers.
Higher Education | Photography
Macklin, 2016, Justice, "21st Student Art Purchase Award: The Things They Made for Me" (2016). Ames Library Awards. 26.