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Carved wood sculpture by Lin Lisberger pondering current national divisions
Cherry, chestnut, paint
4"H x 8" x 9"
2019
Carved wood sculpture by Lin Lisberger pondering current national divisions
Cherry, chestnut, paint
4"H x 8" x 9"
2019
Carved wood sculpture by Lin Lisberger pondering current national divisions
Poplar, chestnut, paint
10 1/2"H x 4" x 6 1/2"
2019
Carved wood sculpture by Lin Lisberger pondering current national divisions
Poplar, chestnut, paint
10 1/2"H x 4" x 6 1/2"
2019
Carved wood sculpture by Lin Lisberger
Cherry, chestnut
10"H x 18" x 8"
2019
Carved wood sculpture by Lin Lisberger
Cherry, chestnut
10"H x 18" x 8"
2019
Carved wood sculpture by Lin Lisberger pondering current national divisions
Cherry, chestnut, poplar, paint
4"H x variable
2019
Carved wood sculpture by Lin Lisberger pondering current national divisions
Cherry, chestnut, poplar, paint
4"H x variable
2019
Carved wood sculpture by Lin Lisberger pondering current national divisions
Cherry, chestnut, poplar, paint
4"H x variable
2019

Who's the Victim? accepts that there is not necessarily right or wrong, but relative perceptions by different individuals. In this divided and angry time I have come to realize that everyone feels victimized even when their "opponents" don't view it that way. In fact, we all seem to feel that we are the victims. The question, "Who's the Victim?" is important to encourage us all to find common ground.