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June 12, 2016 fear and self-loathing drove a closeted gay man to attack the patrons of the Pulse nightclub.  Forty-nine people died that night.

Pulse was the fruition of a sister's love for her deceased gay brother, a gay nightclub to honor his memory and the lives of other brothers and sons.  

I began this painting as the news of the shooting unfolded.  I continued as details of the lives of the victims were revealed. I painted with the hope that the stories of lives lived and lost early were shared hearts would soften.  I painted hoping that shared grief would push back hatred.  I painted in the hopes that this tragedy, this travesty would push our nation forward in love and acceptance.  I painted hope.  

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