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Twyana Davis


Tahtianna Alston, Colton Candy, Twyana Davis,

Annette Dominguez with Sheila Luther and Candace Palucci, Mike Dunn, Mary Evans, Gwendolyn Garth,

ID-13 Prison Literacy Project, Whitney Johnson,

Edward Julian Sr., Montez Mickens, Jamie Ochs,

LaMarr Pace, Patrice Palmer with Peace Love,

Michael Powell, Damon Rawls, Holly Smith with Clarity Ohio and women of Freedom a la Cart, Shirley Tucker,

Augustus Turner, Zeph Vondenhuevel, Aimee Wissman

January 20, 2022 - May 6, 2022

Untitled 1: In this world it’s normal, and sometimes expected to blend in with the various shades of gray. It takes courage to stand out, to stand alone if need be, to be different. To no longer hide behind the blurred lines of normalcy, but to emerge as who you are because who you are is enough.

Untitled 2: Each dot that’s on this piece represents every day I get up and pray for all Black lives to matter. I am still praying…

Untitled 3: This recreated piece spoke to the humanity in me. We are all connected as one human race no matter what color, creed, or religion we are. The thing that separates us is our experiences, our belief system, and our work ethic. You are who you choose to be!

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