I knew my grandfather hunted game and fished because in my baby book there were photos of him out hunting in the woods with his buddies and a case of Black Label Beer on the tailgate of their pickup truck. I knew my father took weapons training when he was in the army and owned a service revolver, and did tours in both Korea and Vietnam. But there’s another story to tell about how access to weapons has impacted our society. This sweet-looking piece carries a message about the dichotomy between the innocuous story told by gun rights advocates and the dark reality of how access to guns in the U.S. has led to violence and tragedy.
9.25″ h x 9.25″ w (actual artwork size)
Price includes premium framing provided by The Framing Department at Hidden Light using a light oak shadow-box frame, archival backing materials, and non-glare museum glass.
Framed size is 13-1/8" h x 13-1/8" w.