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TOLERANCE

2016 Pink Triangle This is a piece I made using Fimo® and Premo® polymer clays.  I also used Makin’s® Texture sheets and their triangle cutters.  I epoxied the piece with Parks Super Glaze.  In light of the incidents in Orlando and Dallas, this pendant represents Tolerance, Civility and Respect. The Nazis used a pink triangle, in the concentration camps, to identify and shame homosexuals.  Today it is a symbol for the LBGT community as is the rainbow flag.  The rainbow colored small balls of clay represent the rainbow of colors of people.

2 Responses

  1. This is very well thought out and touches the heart!

  2. Yes, the pink triangle! Where’s the 8-ball? 😉 xo

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