Loving Day

Loving Day commemorates the 1967 Supreme Court decision of Loving v. Virginia, the case that legalized interracial marriage. Both the case and the holiday take their name from Richard and Mildred Loving, a couple that grew up and fell in love in Virginia. Although Loving v. Virginia was decided in 1967, the most reluctant southern states took until the year 2000 to repeal their miscegenation laws. Our son and his wife were married on Loving Day. The basis for this artwork is my daughter-in-law’s wedding bouquet.

Loving Day

Loving Day
Dye-sublimation Print
Aluminum Panel
24″ x 24″

Prints available

24″ x 24″ on aluminum
$950
20″ x 20″ on paper
$250
12″ x 12″ on paper
$125

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