Southern Indiana Living

JUL-AUG 2018

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July/Aug 2018 • 30 In the third room, "Dorothy Day" (49-by-37 inches) is depicted in her later years. From close up, the viewer can see how the artist has puckered the fabric and sewn thick seams to create the lines and wrinkles on the face that give it so much character. Day, co-founder of the Catholic Worker Movement — an American pacifist movement to provide aid for the poor and homeless — was in her 60s and 70s during the 1960s. Sisto said of her: "One need only to think of her to gain power and courage." 'Dorothy Day' Artwork ' Vote' Artwork

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