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  • 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.
  • Helaine Rainier

    Last Updated:03/10/15

    Remember
    This flame ringed portrait, incorporating the words freedom, peace, and love, is dedicated to those who perished on 9/11/01, the survivors, those who worked at Ground Zero, and to all those who stand for freedom. On September 11th, when so many lives were extinguished, peace and freedom were turned upside down in a series of tragic terrorist...
  • Michael Raisch

    Last Updated:03/14/16

    United in Liberty
    A student created memorial at Rutgers University Main Campus
  • Michael Raisch

    Last Updated:03/14/16

    Remains of the North Tower on the WSJ
    A charcoal sketch of the negative space of the remains of the North Tower of the World Trade Center, Dated October 10, 2001