Facts are Stubborn Things
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Private Revolution
Facts are Stubborn Things

Monotype and Screen Print, Oil, 32.5″ x 24″



Acquired by the Harvard Art Museums,

Curator: Elizabeth M. Rudy, Carl A. Weyerhaeuser Associate Curator of Prints, 2020


2019 North American Print Biennial, Jewett Art Gallery, Wellesley, MA
Juror: Shelley R. Langdale, Curator of Modern Prints and Drawings National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.


The California Printmaker Journal,

Published Article Between Image and Text

Selected for Back Cover Image, 2019



A truth is a belief, but is it based on facts? Facts are Stubborn Things reflect today’s struggle between facts and truths. Rather than factual evidence, unwelcome truths have become the narrative of reality. When facts are overwhelmed by false information, it is difficult to believe that the truth will overcome. Without trusted sources, we become blinded and speechless, threatening the foundation of Democracy.