“In a just society, whose picture would hang on your wall?… Who are the founders of the country I want to live in? Yeah, that’s easy. It’s Sojourner Truth. It’s Harriet Tubman. It’s Frederick Douglass.”
Powerful, historical figures comprise the subjects of abstract portraitist Tim Nielson’s colorful, patterned, and textured acrylic paintings; they are people who have “made (or make) the world a better place—more just, more reasonable, kinder,” he says.
Source: The Missoulian