Art Gallery

This is the place to post art, poetry, photography, or audio recordings about war.  


  • No limit on submissions! Post as many as you want.

  • Artwork should be original, fair use, creative commons, or public domain.  Or expressly permitted by artist.  
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  1. by way of photography, but I wanted to share it. One day when I was driving home, I noticed that the Eyes Wide Open exhibit was at a college a few blocks from my house. I immediately parked and visited for awhile. As I was leaving, I noticed a soldier just coming in and wanted to get a photo of him. I was only a few feet away and wanted to be inconspicuous so I was holding the camera down and trying to capture it. When I looked up, he was wiping away tears.

  2. … posted my comment in the wrong essay!

    Anyway, am reposting the comment here, where it belongs.

    • Robyn on March 16, 2008 at 12:49 am

    Pooling

    Absolutely Nothing

    War

    Huh!  Good God, y’all!

    What is it good for?

    War is good

    for making the rich richer

    those mongers

    who profit

    from human suffering

    and tragedy

    It matters not

    if they benefit from victory

    by one side or the other

    only that War

    continue somewhere

    forever

    And War is good

    for spreading

    that suffering and tragedy

    along with hatred

    death and the disintegration

    of human society

    What more could anyone want?

    –Robyn Elaine Serven

    –March 13, 2008

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    Throughout the geographical & geological history of this “Blue Planet” violence has been a subjective reality. As a result of avarice backed by big guns, the strong, deluded by arrogance have plundered from the perceived weak. While fueling their weapons with oil, a geological byproduct, man has ignored the “Blue” in Blue Planet. While this liquid death is being depleted the next weapons are being assembled to make water the next control medium. We may be killing for oil now, but we`ll be dying without water. The violence the future promises, will be a direct result of the rape of mother earth by it`s supposedly highest order of life form. This image is about wasting water while subjugating one to take theirs. The sweating rapist. sad

    • KrisC on March 16, 2008 at 11:18 pm

    Photos by sduffy

    These photos are public domain, I checked first!!!

    This first one is entitled:

    The kids of Samira Dania of Baghdad

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    “Code Pink: Women for Peace”

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    “Overflowing”

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    “A project by Code Pink… These shoes belonged to Iraqi children that have been killed since the US invasion. Each pair has the name, age, and location of each child.”

    • KrisC on March 17, 2008 at 12:50 am

    and make them smaller than 500 pixels width…

    “The kids of Samira Dania of Baghdad”

    Photobucket

    “Code Pink: Women for Peace”

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