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IKOUII OPEN IV

December 3 –  February 3, 2022.

Zoë Reitman Carlson, Hope Davis, Ohso Fabone, Sean-Michael Gettys, Alan Hopwood, David Isakson, Cheryl Kinderknecht, Ellen Mansfield, Lisa Merida-Paytes, Murray Siple, Efrat Vaknin

The Ikouii Open is an annual online group exhibition of artwork created by both disabled and non-disabled artists worldwide. The goal of the open is to activate social movements, educate, inspire, and evoke change within the arts and disability communities. Artists who practice in a variety of mediums or disciplines at any stage in their art career were encouraged to submit work in response to a disability-centered theme.

This year’s theme explores the intersection of spirituality, religion, and disability. Historically individuals with disabilities have and still face barriers to be included in religious communities. Faith can be an important aspect of flourishing for many people with disabilities. Disability impacts major theological disciplines as well as the many dimensions of religious life and faith community practices. Artists of various faiths such as, but not limited to Christianity, Catholicism, Judaism. Islam. Hinduism, Buddhism were encouraged to submit works that respond to the theme. We hope this exhibit encourages diverse and authentic interfaith conversations on the intersection of theology and disability.

Voting for the People’s Choice Award will be open till December 10th – Vote for your favorite exhibiting Artist on Instagram, Facebook, or at the comment section below.

Special thanks to our staff, volunteers, accessibility providers, selection committee, and donors for making this exhibition possible. Our gratitude to the exhibiting artists for allowing us to share their work. 🖤

Stay a while, enjoy and leave us your comments at the end of the exhibition.

DONATE HERE

Selection Committee Member:
Douglas Scott, Full Radius Dance
Honorable Mention Winner Announcement

Selection Committee Member:
Myrna Clayton, SHOWAbility
Best in Show Winner Announcement

ARTIST TALK

Playlist of Video Responses from Exhibiting Artists

For best viewing, please view from a laptop or turned sideways on a mobile device.

Blind/Low Vision Visitors: To request an audio descriptive tour of the exhibition, email us at info@ikouii.com or text Lisa at 404.642.3525 to schedule a tour.

Hope Davis
Prayer
2022. Photography. 7 x 11 inches
$75  BUY PRINT

Hope Davis
Halo
2022. Photography. 7 x 11 inches
$75  BUY PRINT

Efrat Vaknin
Religion, Nationality, Disantity 
2022. Photography
$200 BUY PRINT

Zoë Reitman Carlson
Sacrificial
2017. Oil on Canvas. 16 x 20 inches
NFT

Zoë Reitman Carlson
Ode to Spring Chicks
2017. Oil on Canvas. 24 X 30 inches
NFT

Anna Ng
Monkey Mind
2022. Mixed Media on Canvas Panel, 12 x 12 inches
$400 BUY

Cheryl Kinderknecht
Prayers Riding the Thermals
2022. Acrylic & Ink on Stretched Canvas. 36 x 48 x 1 inches
$8500 BUY

Alan Hopwood
Isolation X
2020. Digital Media. 18 x 12
$100 BUY

Ellen Mansfield
Jewish Star Connection
2022. Acrylic on Balsa Wood. 12 x 12 x 2 inches.
$400 BUY

Ohso Fabone
Go with the Flo
2020. Mixed Media. 24 x 18 inches
$525 BUY

Ohso Fabone
Deep Within My Soul
2020. Mixed Media. 24 x 18 inches
$525 BUY

Murray Siple
Subterranean Wheelchair Realm
2022. Acrylic, spray paint, pencil and paint pen on wood panel. 24 x 30 inches
$2250 BUY

Murray Siple
Orca Gold
2022. Acrylic, solid marker, paint pen and gold leaf on wood panel. 24 x 30 inches
$2250 BUY

Sean-Michael Gettys
Reaching Higher ( My Body, My Choice)
2022. Plaster, wire, resin watercolor and rust. 7 x 4 x 3.5 inches
$100 BUY

Lisa Merida-Paytes
Weston Flux
2021. Paper, Starch, Watercolor, 248 x75 x 112 inches
$50,000 BUY

David Isakson
God as The Notes On A Violin (The String Quartet Theory)
2022. Assemblage. 24 x 14 x 9 inches
$950 BUY

David Isakson
God As A Teacher Of Dancing Lessons
2022, Assemblage, 41 X 18 X 14 inches
$950 BUY

David Isakson
God as a Giant Ship on The Sea At Night (Post Colonial Discourse)
2022. Assemblage
$950 BUY

EXHIBITING ARTISTS

Anna Ng is a Singaporean artist based in the United Arab Emirates. She is an abstract artist working with mixed media. Art has always been in her life but it was only in 2018 when she picked up watercolors that the call to artmaking transformed and led her to her soul’s work. Art is how she connects to the universe as it bridges the physical and spiritual, allowing intuition and imagination to show her the way. She loves colours (colours heals!) and the spontaneity of abstracts as their imaginative possibilities are limitless. Anna’s works are vibrant and expressive.

Artist Statement: In my painting I explore the monkey mind and how because of ignorance, it is obscured; just like the moon and stars hidden by storm clouds. The origins of the term monkey mind dates back to the Buddha and refers to the mind being clouded by waves of deluded thoughts, feelings, craving, grasping and becoming. Many of us can identify with such thoughts and for some it even becomes a mental health issue. The figure in the painting sits in meditation amid the swirl of forces around it, like a human’s existence on earth. The head is “lost”, a metaphorical allusion to our mind/consciousness being so clouded by its sentient desires and attachments that it dwells in suffering and confusion. There is also no escape from the unceasing stimuli of the information age, bent on convincing us that we are missing out. – How can we tame our monkey mind?

Ohso Fabone is a self-taught, mixed media artist, born & raised in New Orleans, LA. Although her family history is riddled with poverty, abuse & addiction, her work often repeats the themes of peace, beauty, & strength thru wisdom. Ohso attended the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts – N.O.C.C.A. and is a graduate of John F. Kennedy Sr. High School. She also studied psychology at Delgado Community College in New Orleans, LA. Ohso later graduated with a degree in Computer Graphic Design from Southeast College of Technology in Metairie, LA, and was inducted into the Alpha Beta Kappa National Honor Society in 1999. In 2005 Hurricane Katrina destroyed her home and business forcing her family to relocate to Texas. Ohso is High Functioning Autistic and also suffers from chronic pain, due to Osteoarthritis that affects her hands and legs; however, she remains productive as an Internationally Collected Artist.

Artist Statement: “I paint imaginative, 3-D composition portraits of Women of Color. My mediums of choice are acrylic, celluclay and sculptamold but I often incorporate airbrush, ink, fabric paint, collage, & markers. My metaphorical works often include Biblical Symbolism, Flora & Fauna (specifically endangered species) as well as African & Scandinavian influences with traditional African hairstyles & Adinkra Symbols at the forefront. Many pieces feature “Flowing Tresses” sculptured onto the canvas because it’s viewed as “Crown and Glory” of a woman but more importantly I refer to the repetition and motion of the lines as “Living Waters” because it’s a reminder of the Holy Spirit that dwells in believers of Jesus, and also in early African civilizations as well as some communities today, black hairstyles indicate social status, tribe, family background, makes political statements, used as a source of empowerment, and acts as a conduit for spiritual interaction to God.”

A high-speed motor vehicle accident left Murray Siple with quadriplegia. In rehabilitation, he began drawing again and drawing led him to design a way to express himself. He wrote and directed “Carts of Darkness,” a National Film Board of Canada production. He wrote and directed this film on homeless people who ride shopping carts downhill to collect bottles and is now one of Canada’s top documentaries.

During a break from filmmaking, he moved to Mexico and began painting murals which led to painting on expired election signs for canvasses. Murray now paints in his studio on Salt Spring Island and continues to paint themes that evoke fears of what may lurk behind the darkness. He admits no other medium has felt as satisfying as painting, where he can compose what he dreams, what scares him, and what threatens our planet.

Artist Statement: I want people to understand by looking deeper into my work that a person who not only finds inspiration in rough, rural, risky, and unprotected environments, but a person who has a disability created it. I am a quadriplegic, and after decades as a documentary filmmaker, I felt I was not wholly able to translate my expression tangibly via working in the film medium. I also had a deep craving to have my art produced by my own hands rather than via technology. My work in painting, printmaking, drawing, and sculpture allows the viewer to understand my struggle, vision, and craft. I currently work with house paint on wood panels or canvas with influence from contemporary street art.

Ellen Mansfield was born Deaf in Manhattan, New York but grew up in New Jersey for 7 years. Went to public school where Ellen learned poorly without sign language and interpreters. Spent all summers in Goldens Bridge countyside, north of New York City.  She earned a BFA in illustration from the School of Visual Arts in New York City. Ellen has led a life filled with art and experiences with a background in drawing, painting, batik, ceramics, and many other media that have brought her onto her current journey. When she moved to Maryland, she began to recognize just how much her Deaf identity had been part of her artwork. Life was starting to blossom as she was surrounded by Deaf culture and sign language, which developed increasingly colorful images including watercolors , oil paintings  and tile paintings in her artwork.

Artist Statement: My work is on my experience as a Deaf reform Jewish woman and married to American Chinese Deaf man with our two deaf Jewish children that we raised. The Jewish Deaf organization hosted Sabbath weekend to learn synagogue services, prayers and rituals. The organizer refused to used paper and pen to write and provide us access.  She forgets that Conservative Jewish supposed to have positive attitude to modern culture and meet our needs with communication access as a Deaf family. This is my experience with having accessibility to my faith.

Efrat Vaknin was Born in Beer Sheba, Israel in 1979. She started showing interest in art already at a very early age. Being a tomboy and very curious child, she became a very adventures girl with great sense of independence. Independence that was brutally interrupted following a traffic accident she undergone at the age of 17. After a long period of rehabilitation from both physical and mental trauma, she became very preoccupied with her body and sexuality. While discovering her “new” sexuality, she began exploring her new physical capabilities and the changes that her body has been going through. After discovering that her body had failed her too many times in doing what she wished for, she decided to test and stretch her body’s capabilities by using it as a tool in her artistic performance.

Artist Statement: In this work I chose to show through different situations, items and traditions related to the Jewish religion, the coping of a disabled Jewish person: Carrying a Torah Scroll, Tashlich or Chuppa Ve’Kiddushin (marriage) This confrontation can be seen in a different light through the title of the work which is taken from the Bible, Psalms,chapter 35,verse 15: “And, when I limped, they rejoiced and gathered; lame people gathered about me, [why,] I do not know. Were they to tear, they would not draw blood”. In Hebrew, the word that appears in this verse is Handicaps and not Lame People and the reference is obviously negative. .Among the translations of the word into English appear: Wretches, abjects, assailants, attackers. While creating, I thought about this verse, which has been on my mind a lot since my injury and despite all the interpretations, I’m still trying to figure it out.

Alan Hopwood is a disabled artist living and working in the UK. His artwork explores various media from painting; digital media and photography to express his ideas about his experience as a disabled person/artist and the degenerative nature of his condition.

Artist Statement: Exploring the social isolation and exclusion of disabled artists. The title “X” makes reference to the artworks of Pope Innocent X by Velazquez and later Francis Bacon.

Born in Moreland Hills Ohio in 1995, Zoë Reitman Carlson (she/her) has always surrounded herself in the world of art. To hone her craft, Zoë moved to Old Lyme, Connecticut in 2014 to attend the Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts and earn her Certificate of Art. During her college years she received a diagnoses of Ehlers-Danlos syndrome and multiple commorbities, conditions that, in addition to inaccessibility on campus, required her to take medical leave from school. Following college, Zoë moved to Palm Beach, Florida where she continues to draw and paint from her experiences and the scenery around her.

Artist Statement: Zoë Reitman Carlson uses oil paint to commemorate the ongoing challenges she faces in accepting her physical and mental existence. In a world full of opportunities and experiences, Zoë’s artworks explore her unique abilities and limitations as an individual living with disability. Central themes in her paintings are the concepts of suffering, grief and mourning. Zoë references the works of the renaissance masters in the posing of her rat-like figures and her use of dramatic lighting, as well as the utilization of allegorical story telling. Growing up with a Jewish upbringing, Zoë finds fascination in reliquary items and the practice of rituals found within various religions. It is through the act of painting that Zoë is able to understand the world she is a part of.

Sean-Michael Gettys is a transgender, deaf and disabled visual artist who works in a variety of media and styles, with a strong influence from surrealism and abstract expressionist art. Born and raised in Southern CA, with an 11 year stint in the AZ desert, he is grateful to be back in California where ocean, forests, deserts, and more are just a car drive away at any moment. inspired by life be it nature or the joys and struggles of living. His work is emotive, thoughtful, sensitive and often introspective, with moments of whimsy and sometimes a dark humor. It is most often described as prolific and he has been called something of a chameleon. Art has always been a safe outlet and communication tool for coping with the challenges of living with a complex health condition and ever fluctuating abilities. His work shifts and changes much as his abilities do.

Artist Statement: Reaching Higher (My Body, My Choices) is a surreal figurative sculpture reaching towards a steel wire orb of thoughts and emotions. Carved into the chest are the words “you don’t own xxx” with a hole in its left chest wall, and in the back is carved “My Body” a broken but mended back is stronger because of the resin and wire showing hope and resilience despite religion used as a weapon to deny or enforce medical choices.

Hope Davis is a multidisciplinary artist with a background in the performing arts. Now restricted by disability and chronic pain, self-portraiture and surrealism give her new avenues of expression. Her art spans the entire gamut of the human condition, often evolving in style but consistent in voice. From whimsical surrealism to the vulnerable glimpses of spoonie life.

Artist Statement: Lockdown was a dark time for millions of people worldwide, but for people with disabilities, lockdown is a lived, daily reality. This is my visual representation of being “Imprismed” inside a broken body. Subjects explored: black reproductive health, faith, disability, grief, chronic pain, infertility, loneliness, mortality, sensuality, love, and joy.

Cheryl Kinderknecht is a painter and mixed media artist who resides on the Gulf Coast of Florida. Her formal art background includes an undergraduate degree in Art. Kinderknecht’s work is exhibited in local galleries, as well as in juried regional and national shows. Her work can be found in private and corporate collections throughout the United States, and her work has been represented since 2019 by ArtLifting, Boston, MA.

Artist Statement: “Prayers Riding the Thermals” is a lightly textured acrylic painting that was inspired by Tibetan prayer flags. Rising “prayers” are depicted above a textured landscape with a low horizon line.

Lisa Merida-Paytes holds a M.F.A. from University of Cincinnati 1997 and B.F.A. from Art Academy of Cincinnati 1991. Her work has been featured in exhibitions and publications nationally and internationally for 24 years. During that time she has taught all levels throughout the Midwest and served in various professional positions including Gallery Director at FUNKe FIRED ARTS 2007-11. She was appointed Co-Liaison for the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA), Cincinnati Conference held in March 2021 and served as a NCECA Board Member 2020 – 2021. Her work can be viewed at the Ohio Arts Council’s Vern Riffe Gallery in Columbus, Ohio, October 29-January 6, 2023. She had work featured in a solo exhibition at Springfield Museum of Art, April 16 – September 11, 2022. Her works are featured in Ceramics Ireland Magazine, Issue 45, 2021 and Best of 500 Ceramics: Celebrating a Decade in Clay, 2012.

Artist Statement: As a female, Hispanic artist with disabilities caused from Ataxia, a rare neurological disease that is progressive, affecting my ability to walk, talk, balance myself and use fine motor skills, my artwork not only considers the essential structure of skeletal or embryonic animal references but has become a vehicle to interpret transformative changes occurring in my body caused from the progression of the disease. Also, my work researches and brings awareness people living with disabilities while pushing the boundaries of contemporary art. My work discusses these concepts by focusing on movement’s copious flow, a manner of passage of the living body to one’s gait and gesture. This work drives examination and permits curiosity uncovering aspects of human nature and wonder of origin. These juxtaposed ideas reveal blurred distinctions between connections and dysfunction exhibited in multi-media multivalent invocations of the body. 

David Isakson was born to an art history professor and his marketing consultant wife in New Brunswick NJ, in June of the year of 1969. He grew up in Kennebunk ME. He has since lived in New York City, Amsterdam, Netherlands and outside of Los Angeles. Dave grew up as Neurodivergent. He has practiced art all of his life, exhibiting as an adult since 2011. He speaks Dutch, English and fragments of French and Spanish.

Artist Statement: I live in a science fiction post pandemic junk drawer. My pieces are essays about otherness and not otherness done in a dadaist style. I am concentrating on the space between language/action. I take a gestural/deconstructive approach to pop art making. I have over 110 group shows to my credit.

SELECTION COMMITTEE

Alabama-born and Atlanta-raised, Myrna Clayton, whether performing in the United States or abroad, her performances are simply unforgettable leaving audiences mesmerized by her soul-filled jazzy style. Myrna as a solo artist who has performed in France, Germany, Nigeria, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Belarus and Russia. Myrna is now recognized as a U.S. Cultural Arts Ambassador. Dear to Myrna’s heart is advocacy for the musically under-served and under-represented. Myrna started SHOWAbility (formerly ABEL 2) for artists and audiences on the disability spectrum to highlight their unique talents and build their confidence on stage so they can help change the negative stigma narrative associated with individuals with disabilities.

Patty Liang, the Executive Director of Deaf Spotlight , which oversees creative and cultural programming to support Deaf artists and their work. Throughout her career, Patty has pursued opportunities that encourage the Deaf community to embrace and celebrate the arts. She has a BFA in Ceramics from the University of Washington, and an MA in Nonprofit Management for the Arts from New York University. She believes that everyone has the ability to create and express their story through the arts.

Aleatha Lindsay is an Atlanta based award-winning multi-disciplinary artist, independent curator, disability advocate, and published author. She is a graduate of Georgia State University, Russell Sage College, as well as Savannah College of Art & Design where she holds a Master of Arts in Creative Business Leadership. After completing her studies, she went on to pursue posts in the mental health, arts community development, and special education arenas. She has held curatorial and leadership roles at several arts organizations in the metro Atlanta area including Kudzu Art Zone, Art Center and Gallery. She has designed programs for several organizations including, Atlanta Celebrates Photography, The Southeastern Railway Museum, and the Ashé Cultural Arts Center. Lindsay not only acts as a member of the Board of Directors at Kickstart Disability Arts and Culture (Vancouver, Canada), she is also a stakeholder in the groundbreaking first-of-its-kind Fulton County Performing Arts and Disability Study. Deaf from the age of 2, she credits her early exposure to the arts with helping her overcome the challenges related to becoming deaf. Lindsay is the Founder/Director of The Ikouii Creative.

Founder & Artistic Director of Full Radius Dance, a physically integrated dance company, Douglas Scott will also be acting as a member of the Selection Committee. Earning a B.F.A. in Performing Arts at Western Kentucky University, Douglas Scott moved to Atlanta after graduation to spend several seasons with the Ruth Mitchell Dance Company where he performed works by Ruth Mitchell, Ron Cunningham, Monica Levy, and Sal Aiello. Douglas is the founder of the Modern Atlanta Dance (MAD) Festival which showcases the best modern and contemporary dance companies and artists in the southeast. In 2014, Douglas was honored with a Governor’s Award for the Arts & Humanities. Presented by the Office of the Governor in partnership with Georgia Council for the Arts and the Georgia Humanities Council, the Governor’s Awards pay tribute to the most distinguished citizens and organizations that have demonstrated a lifetime commitment to work in the arts and humanities in Georgia.

Andrew Walker-Cornetta, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Religious Studies at Georgia State University. His research explores cultural locations of disability as sites of religious practice. He teaches courses on disability and memoir, theories and methods in the study of religion, and religion, race, and health in US history.

LEAVE US YOUR REVIEW/COMMENTS

Ellen The Mansfield!

Rated 5 out of 5
December 12, 2022

I vote for Ellen Mansfield! One of my favorite artists!

Albert III

Ohso…oh yes!!

Rated 5 out of 5
December 10, 2022

My vote for the People’s Choice Award is definitely “Go With The Flo.” I absolutely love her juxtaposition of the fiery sun and her water-like hair. It’s commentary on being fluid in the midst of the heat that life presents is relatable and beautiful. It’s the dualistic nature of existence captured fabulously.

Diondra

Ohso Fabone

Rated 5 out of 5
December 7, 2022

Oh So Fab One! So many wonderful artists, but I’m casting my vote for Ohso for imagery, color, and meaning.

Marta

Ellen Mansfield..Deaf view visionary…

Rated 5 out of 5
December 7, 2022

I am somewhat familiar with Ellen’s work over the past half dozen years or more. And I’m struck each time I have the opportunity to witness her rendering of another “targeted” theme, such as her painting, submit it for this exhibit. Like many of her, others, simple, subtle, but also bold and to the point. To tell the truth, what touches me most personally, and deeply, about Ellen’s work is the way she never disconnects her Deaf culture, so precious to her being, when approaching anyone projects👀🤟🏼🤟🏽

Carol Finkle

No Title

Rated 5 out of 5
December 7, 2022

I vote for Ellen Mansfield and her illuminating artwork!

Michelle Mansfield-Hom

Ellen The Mansfield!

Rated 5 out of 5
December 12, 2022

I vote for Ellen Mansfield! One of my favorite artists!

Albert III

Ohso…oh yes!!

Rated 5 out of 5
December 10, 2022

My vote for the People’s Choice Award is definitely “Go With The Flo.” I absolutely love her juxtaposition of the fiery sun and her water-like hair. It’s commentary on being fluid in the midst of the heat that life presents is relatable and beautiful. It’s the dualistic nature of existence captured fabulously.

Diondra

Ohso Fabone

Rated 5 out of 5
December 7, 2022

Oh So Fab One! So many wonderful artists, but I’m casting my vote for Ohso for imagery, color, and meaning.

Marta

Ellen Mansfield..Deaf view visionary…

Rated 5 out of 5
December 7, 2022

I am somewhat familiar with Ellen’s work over the past half dozen years or more. And I’m struck each time I have the opportunity to witness her rendering of another “targeted” theme, such as her painting, submit it for this exhibit. Like many of her, others, simple, subtle, but also bold and to the point. To tell the truth, what touches me most personally, and deeply, about Ellen’s work is the way she never disconnects her Deaf culture, so precious to her being, when approaching anyone projects👀🤟🏼🤟🏽

Carol Finkle

No Title

Rated 5 out of 5
December 7, 2022

I vote for Ellen Mansfield and her illuminating artwork!

Michelle Mansfield-Hom

Thankful to Know about this Space

Rated 0 out of 5
December 7, 2022

I just learned about this organization and am so inspired by the work and the space that you have created for these amazing artists.

I was especially moved by the description of and the work of Ohso Fabone.

J Edmonds-Jones

Excellent Pieces

Rated 5 out of 5
December 6, 2022

Some wonderfully inspiring artists at this exhibition.

Tough to pick whom to choose, but ultimately I vote for Murray Siple.

His two pieces have such mystique, encompassing a cautious and honest reflection of our humanity and the planet we share.

Truly engaging on the eye.

Andy M

No Title

Rated 0 out of 5
December 5, 2022

Beautiful collection of pieces!

Janelle

Beautiful soul, beautiful talent

Rated 0 out of 5
December 5, 2022

The painting, Go with the Flow, is beautiful and intriguing, and even more so after hearing Ohso describe the different elements of it. She is very inspiring through her artwork and life.

Sherry Hall

No Title

Rated 5 out of 5
December 5, 2022

Really so nice! Beautiful work, all the artist have an important story to tell. I Love that whatever it is, they keep going. MY girl, my sister , OHSO. Knowing since Jr. High School. Very lovely then way more now! I vote” Go With Flow”

Sheila Smith

Powerful and thought-provoking

Rated 5 out of 5
December 5, 2022

What a great collection of imaginative pieces! I am truly blown away by the expressiveness of the artists’ work. Voting for Ohso Fabone’s “Go with the flow” for the People’s Choice Award.

Nataša Jovanović-Vušković

No Title

Rated 0 out of 5
December 5, 2022

Vote for Osho. Her works unique, beautiful and inspiring.

James M. Pierce

Art or ohso

Rated 5 out of 5
December 5, 2022

There are some very awe inspiring pieces but I would like to vote for Art of Ohso’s “Go with the flow” for the people’s choice award.

Mike Standley

Great Art

Rated 5 out of 5
December 4, 2022

Disability does not limit ability to create art. Congratulations to all of the artists.

Todd Carlson

Thank you!

Rated 5 out of 5
December 3, 2022

Just want to Congratulate all the artists and the Ikouii Creative on this wonderful exhibition!

Rachel

Wow!

Rated 5 out of 5
December 3, 2022

What a great theme and the differing takes on it! I enjoyed this exhibit and how inclusive it was! Keep up the good work Ikouii!

Abby