Suffragist and Zombies


Suffragist and Zombies”, 60”x60”, encaustic with crystals, 2012  (Shipping charges will be added if needed.)



A suffragist enters the Workhouse (known in 1917 as the Occoquan Prison in Lorton Virginia) and experiences an enforced shower, unsanitary conditions, and thoughtless violence.
Pictured with her is a Zombie matron, a Zombie prison dog (used to attack prisoners who tried to escape) and a black female prisoner.
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