“A Democracy Divided”
Because we love what we do, and the walls of our world are graced with many of these custom creations, we thought our fellow lovers of “book cover art” might enjoy this fine art print as well. Whether displayed in a hallway, the kitchen, or your office, it is a visceral reminder of life’s possibilities when storytelling and visual art merge.
The initial cover ideas generated from Ralph Long’s poems in A Democracy Divided, revolved around the Statue of Liberty, as well as the Union being divided. One ideal led to another, mostly playing with the new divisional cliche, Red v. Blue, the separation of opinion. That pulled the concept in a direction of a more emotional symbol of our freedom, the bald eagle, crying for our democracy, the tear clearly red and blue.
- Overall Print Dimensions: 11″ x 14″
- Cover art is depicted with decorative borders
- Ready for framing and/or matting to match your individual decor.
- $19.95 each
About the Cover Artist
Robert R. Sanders is a co-founder of The Poetry Box and is the visual artist responsible for many of our book cover designs, event posters and photography. Robert has enjoyed a very successful career in the visual arts realm and has won over three dozen international awards in creative design, animation, and photography. While working in the art department for KATU News in Portland, Oregon, he was nominated for an Emmy for Fire Mountain, a news documentary detailing the eruption of Mt. St. Helens and the Pacific Ring of Fire. Robert’s work spans half a century of creative development through an analog and digital journey, where he’s been a pioneer. He’s been a teacher to thousands of aspiring artists, while always remaining a student of the light.