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Colours and Dots by Vickey

Posted on Sep 24, 2014  |   1621 views  

My Art represents inclusion because the colors represent people and their cultures and the paper represents the whole world. You have no boundaries and everyone is together and included in the world. It does not matter how you look, talk or anything about you because your all included. Every person is unique and different. The paper also shows that the people are all coming together to the middle from the outside, so that everyone is included and no one is left out.

MediumDrawing, Pencil-crayon

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