Breaking the Blinders
In "Breaking the Blinders," a young black male is depicted wearing a blinder, symbolizing the societal constraints and limited perspectives often imposed upon individuals based on their race. The young man, with a strong and determined expression, stands in the center of the canvas. His skin is a rich, deep shade of brown, reflecting his heritage and resilience. The blinders, made of sturdy material, are affixed firmly to his head, covering his eyes and restricting his line of sight. The blinder is a symbol of the societal prejudices, biases, and preconceived notions that obstruct his true vision and hinder his ability to see the world in its entirety.
Material: Acrylic on canvas