The Jepson Center is displaying art from the Women’s March

The Jepson Center is displaying art from the Women’s March

FOR THE MONTH of February, the Jepson Centerpart of Savannah’s Telfair Museums, is displaying 45 of the 200+ Panhandle Slim paintings, handed out for free to those who participated in last month’s Women’s March on Washington, D.C. on Jan. 21st.

“Panhandle Slim is a local artist who pairs public figures with quotes in his paintings,” FOX28MEDIA reported. “The paintings became protest signs during the week of the 2017 presidential inauguration.”

Read the whole story here and then listen to our conversation with the Telfair Museums’ Director/CEO Lisa Grove here.

Melanie Breault
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Melanie Breault is the Web Editor and Social Media Specialist for Sandi Klein's Conversations with Creative Women.
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