70” x 28.5”x 4” - Mixed Media

This piece was created after I read about "Klan Camp" for kids held this summer at the National Ku Klux Klan headquarters in Harrison, Arkansas. The teddy bear is facing backwards to represent the loss of innocence, and addresses children and early indoctrination. This screen door is also part of my “Images of the American South” screen door series. This long running, 24 year narrative body of work is registered with the Library of Congress and tells the story of the South.

WHITE BREAD is comprised of wood, metal and paint.