Sheena’ King by Chris St. Pierre

Sheena’ King by Chris St. Pierre

Paint on canvas 5 ft x 5 ft

I was thinking about freedom and imprisonment while I painted this. This person who I don’t know but I’m studying her face and she seems so pleasant. The circumstances that brought me to this situation of painting this person. If she hadn’t been imprisoned I probably never would have painted this. I’d like to meet Sheena’. I hope she likes the painting

[Image description: The piece is a portrait of Sheena’ King. She has medium length black hair with highlights of blue and orange and is smiling. She wears a pink collared shirt with orange highlights. The background is yellow beams emanating from the portrait over a teal background. In a circle surrounding the portrait is the quote, “We are not what we have done, we are who we have become” in cursive, blue text with a white outline.]

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