Sha-Tiima
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First Name
Sha-Tiima
Last Name
Davis
Age
18-24
Which of the following best describe you?
Painter
How often are you the first among your friends to try something new?
Very often
What do you want people to know most about you?
Well I haven't painted in a long while. I joined the army two years ago and it's getting harder for me to control my anger with these people. I want to get back into painting as a better way to express myself.

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A day late and a doller short.

I've been to war and back. Seen things that no young lady should have to see. Done things that would cause my parents to disown me. And yet, I'ld rather be in Iraq. Life is so much simpler over there. Either you do what you need to do, or you die. No middle man, no boarder line, and no bullshit. Being in the military has brought my more heart ache than anything else. It's strange how people offer so much advise that is un wanted and un needed, but when your in a tight spot they either don't… Continue

Posted on May 24, 2007 at 11:00pm — 1 Comment

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At 8:42pm on March 18, 2011, Richard F Kessler said…

Hello

Have you seen Brooklyn’s grandest example of Public Artwork?  It was built on a framework designed by our fellow artists, Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux.   They felt that social reform could be achieved through art.  Nobody is aware it exists.  Development may eclipse it.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d2/Arch_and_EmpireSB_-_Grand_Army_Plaza_Brooklyn.jpg

The Empire State Building is framed inside and bisects Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Memorial Arch.

 http://www.rfkessler.com/coincidenceColor.pdf

Protecting and promoting this work-in-progress, begun before the Civil War ended, is now up to today’s artists.  We can raise public awareness and save this massive and unknown Public Artwork. If you can, forward the links to artists, politicos, media and civilians – Thanks - Richard

 
 
 

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