Votes for Women

Votes for Women

Medium: Bas-relief sculpture

Materials: Cast paper on canvas

Size: 40" high by 32" wide by 3" deep

On March 13, 1913 the first ever civil rights parade took place in Washington DC.  Over 5,000 women would march that day demanding the right to vote.  The parade was led by suffragette and prominent National Women's Party member Inez Milholland astride her white horse.  This sculpture of Inez is my tribute to her and all those brave ladies who took the streets to gain a precious right we take for granted today.


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