Rochele Royster

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IL, United States

Girl and Goat (2008)
Oil (24x37 in)


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This artwork is part of the gallery ART CREATES CHANGE.

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Oil
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This is an original mixed media painting using oil paint, prisma colors, and oil pastels. It was inspired by a photo I saw in the newspaper of a young girl with her prize goat. The article stated that the goat had won first prize in a national farm contest as best animal. After the competition the girl was planning to sell the goat for $10,000 to a religious group that was planning on eating the poor goat for some type of religious holiday. I felt so sad. In the picture the goat seemed so happy1 Read More

This is an original mixed media painting using oil paint, prisma colors, and oil pastels. It was inspired by a photo I saw in the newspaper of a young girl with her prize goat. The article stated that the goat had won first prize in a national farm contest as best animal. After the competition the girl was planning to sell the goat for $10,000 to a religious group that was planning on eating the poor goat for some type of religious holiday. I felt so sad. In the picture the goat seemed so happy and full of love for the girl…he had no idea that he would soon be slaughtered and eaten.

Painting by Rochele Royster (United States), Oil. Its dimensions are 61x94 cm. This artwork is part of the gallery ART CREATES CHANGE. Framing options are available for this artwork, please contact us for details.

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