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  • Maria Ragonese

    Last Updated:07/30/09

    STOP. PRAY. REMEMBER.
    Our display of Angels was set a few feet back from the road. As cars drove by they would stop ... Some would park on the side of the road and come down into the field for a moment of reflect or prayer as they viewed the angels more closely.
  • Maria Ragonese

    Last Updated:07/30/09

    Field of Angels
    The Field of Angels was a 9-11 Tribute comprised of 3,000 white foam angels; one for each victim of the September 11th Attacks. The display was set up in a field across from the Delaware Township Municipal Bldg in Dingmans Ferry, Pennsylvania, by volunteers of Laura's Angels; a non-profit organization dedicated to honoring and remember the...
  • Maria Ragonese

    Last Updated:08/02/09

    Angels
    All 3,000 Angels were hand made and placed in the ground by volunteers.
  • Sally Rahman

    Last Updated:09/11/13

    "Two Worlds"
    2010 “The painting focuses on the struggles of being an Arab and Muslim American in a post-9/11 world. It's the feeling of being torn between two completely different worlds and not knowing which side to take on. The best way to describe it is like being a teenager and seeing your mother and father get a divorce and being pressured to decide...
  • Sally Rahman

    Last Updated:09/11/13

    "Arab Girl"
    2012 A self-portrait inspired by the famous photograph taken by journalist Steve McCurry of a young girl from a refugee camp in Pakistan, infamously known as "The Afghan Girl". A face that had captivated the world after it was featured on the cover of the June 1985 issue of The National Geographic Magazine.