Artist: Connie OrbetaMedium: Clay Stoneware, Soda Fire, cold waxDimensions: 16 Inches x 11 Inches x 9.5 InchesDescription: Honoring Tubman for delivering freedom to many slaves, a blackbird sits on her shoulder that represents the freedom as the bird prepares for flight. Four slaves highlighted by a lantern, escape on the railroad tracks that wind up to the bird. Patchwork quilt-coded symbols guide the salves to the North.Year: 2020
This item will be available for pickup on Tuesday, May 11th. This item can also be shipped within the United States. Additional fees to cover shipment costs will apply. These fees will be invoiced separately and need to be paid before the item can be shipped.
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