FRANKLIN, NC, October 15, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Award-winning artist Moss Greene announces her new fine art watercolor series "Regulated Liberties." The first painting "End of Day at the DOJ"
is now on exhibition at the prestigious Bascom Art Gallery in Highlands, North Carolina.
Each piece in the Regulated Liberties series is a dynamic, hip, fine art representation of the oppression that's taking place in our own time in history.
"We've become so frightened by the bullying tactics of our regulatory agencies, like the IRS, NSA and DOJ, that we're scared to speak up for our rights," Moss says, "and that's not to our benefit. We're allowing our freedoms to be systematically whittled away by tyranny!"
Throughout history, art has been used to both decorate and influence at the same time. A well-designed piece has the power to not only entertain but to shock us into proudly standing up for ourselves.
However, most of the banal works that hang in our businesses, public areas and homes are just decorative wallpaper (at best.) They neither challenge nor inspire us. While they may be good fillers for corporate halls and boredrooms (pun intended), these shallow, boring and insignificant works are designed to not distract from "business as usual."
They certainly don't make people think or take action. Once again...wallpaper.
Real, relevant art pushes, educates and even creates movements that can bring about change for the better. It speaks to us in a visual language and, in one fell swoop, tells a story that breaks through the lethargy caused by modern "spin" and propaganda.
To understand the humorous, provocative power and inspiring truth in Moss Greene's transformative and illuminating "Regulated Liberties" series, you can view "End of Day at the DOJ" here
and judge for yourself. Affordable, high quality prints
are available for purchase directly from the artist.