An original oil painting on 30″x 40′ canvas by

June Pauline Zent

This painting has a history and a story which I will post later. I hope that it is worth a thousand words to you. For now I just want to say: As we are trying to deal with this latest horrific tragedy – in my humble opinion – the  work intentionally symbolizes what I think is most needed in our country.The more that we join hands together and talk about the problems the sooner we will find solutions.

Young, old, all colors, all relationships, all sexes, all religions, all with no religion, all ethnicities , the strong, weak, poor, and rich TOGETHER!


About artzent

I am a visual artist and teacher of Fine art working and teaching in all 2D media. You can see images of my work in many categories, view my biography,comment on artwork, see what's on the easel right now, and more when you go to https://fineartamerica.com/profiles/junepauline-zent I will be blogging here about personal true stories and sharing my life and work. I hope that you will comment and share yours with me!
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20 Responses to HANDS TOGETHER

  1. Hi ! I nominated you for the One lovely blogoer Award. two-award
    I think your blog is fabulous. Best wishes!!

  2. kristen98 says:

    beautiful painting… so realistic!

    • artzent says:

      Thank you so much for the comment . Yes, I seek the truth and that requires realism. Not easy but worth it. I will be visiting your blog and hope to see great post there!

  3. Elyse says:

    What a beautiful painting. I followed you back her through your comment on Bryonic Man’s site and I am so glad I did.

    The painting is powerful. I am so glad I found you!

    • artzent says:

      I am so glad that you did go from Bryonic Man’s site; My effort seems to have been wasted on him but if it helped you come here it was worth it. So glad that you enjoy the painting and I will be looking around your site too. Have a wonderful day!

  4. This is a wonderful representation. Powerful and very suggestive thoughts behind this work of art.
    Have a great day !

    • artzent says:

      Thank you so much! I am glad that you understand. It’s a curious thing that there are quite a few likes but not many comments. That says something to me about how mixed their feelings are. Glad that you decided to express yourself!

  5. AJ Barlow says:

    This is amazing! Hands can say so many things, and the detail in them speaks a thousand words. I’m in awe of your talent!

    • artzent says:

      Thank you so much for your thoughtful comment and for your appreciation. Yes, hands alone can speak to many more people than facial portraits. They identify and empathize with your message much more. Your comments are very much appreciated!

  6. Shruty Sikhamani says:

    I wish with all my heart that our world will become like this one day. Together ! the religion then will be ‘human being’. Thank you for sharing such humane posts 🙂

    • artzent says:

      Yes, I wish that with all my heart too and I hope I live long enough to see it. Thank you for coming here and making that comment. Blogging helps us to bring that day closer!

      • Shruty Sikhamani says:

        Yes, very very true. I am just 21 and all i wish to see in my life further is unconditional love among people. Let us write, post here and do our part. 🙂

  7. artzent says:

    You will have a willing partner here! I am so impressed that you are a baby compared to me but very wise. You are what we call an old soul even though very young. I feel as if we are like minds and I m excited to think of the great contributions that you will make! Have a wonderful day!

  8. Carol Marlene zent Mumford says:

    Hands Together is a powerful painting for all people. It echo’s hope for all nations, love you my sister. keep it going!

  9. artzent says:

    I am glad that you feel that way my sister and very glad that you are here again with me!

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