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The homeless are not faceless

Eugene Clark's avatar Eugene Clark

"The homeless are not faceless", is a free-standing public art sculpture, promoting equality of homeless individuals and social change. It is constructed of wooden pallets. The pallets are stacked in four rows of three pallets each. Each row is hinged to the next, and when installed, appears like a folding screen. The pallets are painted with portraits depicting the homeless. In addition, the use of text is incorporated with the phrases, "be a part of the solution" and "make a difference". On the back of the sculpture is contact information to local homeless shelters and food pantries. The viewer is encouraged to contact these establishments, and help with donations and assistance.

Entry Details
  • Art form: 3-D
  • Depth: 6 inches
  • Medium: wood, steel, paint
  • Width: 12 feet
  • Year created: 2017
  • Height: 9 feet