Portraits || El Paso Museum of Art

Today, America honours the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military.

On this very special Memorial Day, let us also take a moment to reflect on the lives of all our fellow humans that were cut short – more recently, in the Covid-19 pandemic. They were someone’s husband, wife, mother, father, son, daughter, friend.

Let us all remember and raise our voices for peace.

Silence the guns. The time is now.

Tom Lea
Sarah (Portrait of the Artist’s Wife), 1939
Oil on canvas


Manuel Acosta
Yolanda, 1956
Oil on canvas


Gerrit Beneker
Telephone Operator, 1921
Oil on canvas


Robert Henri
Carl (Boy in Blue Overalls), 1921
Oil on canvas


Irving Ramsey Wiles
Gladys in Chinese Robes, 1920-29
Oil on canvas


El Paso Museum of Art, TX

October 12th, 2018

Peace is…

… a series of cultural events held by the Permanent Mission of Japan to the United Nations. This was the 7th ”Peace is…” event, during which a tea ceremony for peace and innovation was held under the theme “Peace Is… Coexistence”.

If only we could…

United Nations Headquarters,

May 18th, 2018