24"w x 36"h | oil on canvas
Original will be Auctioned
at a future date to raise funds for the PROJECTS of
Raising her voice through her ongoing Atomic Babylon Series, UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES is a message to the Marshallese, Atomic Veterans, Cleanup Veterans and civilians, including nuclear fuel chain and ionizing radiation waste workers, Pacific Islanders and downwinders that they are not alone. We see you.
Public unveiling of this artwork took place March 17, 2021 during a virtual Global Summit with Humanity Rising, sompsored by Ubiquity University..
The artist is honored Carol Kurtis has graciously accepted “Unintended Consequences” on behalf of the Alele Museum and National Archives of the Republic of the Marshall Islands as a gift or recognition and support from Children of Atomic Veterans worldwide and Victoria Moore Fine Art, LLC.
An Artist Proof AP2/10), signed and numbered AP2/10 will come with a message from the artist... "We see you. You are not alone."
“The world is lifting veils of silence and can no longer be blind to our stories, to the plight of the Marshallese, and the global catastrophe bestowed upon their homeland that threatens mankind, now more than ever as truths become self-evident. Some were unintended consequences; others were quite clearly intended. If there is such a thing as social justice, rise up on behalf of those suffering the real consequences of the dawning of the nuclear age. Ask yourself, would stand on top of this dome for 5 minutes, knowing what we know now.”
Once varnishes are dry and ready to be released from the studio, the original will go to a public auction sponsor, selected for broadest exposure opportunity to raise awareness of the RMI plight and benefit genetic projects related to impacts of ionizing radiation exposure. Details about featured painting >
Original Painting Still Glowing will offer the painting as an Fundraiser Auction - Details TBA.
- Ltd Editions of 300 on canvas are in pre-production now and will be available in two sizes, 24 x 36 (dim. of original) and 20″ x 30″
- Artist Proof 1 (AP2) will be gifted to the National Museum of the Marshall Islands by the artist and Children of Atomic Veterans and Victoria Moore Fine Art, LLC.
- A TPNW Special Acrylic Edition will be made available as a unique 16″x 24″ limited edition of 197, representing the current 197 recognized nation states globally will be available. Note: The Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW), or the Nuclear Weapon Ban Treaty, is the first legally binding international agreement to comprehensively prohibit nuclear weapons with the ultimate goal being their total elimination. Entered into force on 22 January 2021.
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