An annual challenge and exhibit of Miniprints for Peace and Justice by American Artists and Artists living in the United States

This is the 2nd annual challenge and exhibit of Miniprints for Peace and Justice by American Artists and Artists living in the USA, launched by SOS ART. It is again being held online due to the persistent COVID-19 pandemic crisis and the resulting social distancing situation. Due to the crisis, participation has also been limited this year. We are presenting in this gallery the works submitted both last year and this year by a total of 36 artists, 9 artists in 2020 and 30 artists in 2021, including 3 artists who have submitted both years. Works came from all over the USA, including Arizona, California, Connecticut, Florida, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Utah, and from British Columbia.
HOW TO VIEW THE SHOW: There are thumbnails of all the artworks submitted, each labeled with the artist’s name, followed by the year of submission, ie 2020 or 2021. Clicking on the thumbnail opens a page which has the image of the respective art piece with all its pertinent information (title, sale price, medium, dimensions, accompanying artist statement, and artist succinct biography). At the right and lower side of the page is a tab that allows, by clicking on it, to view a full size of the image; and at the bottom of the page is a comment case for the viewer to share thoughts, impressions, reflections, etc.
HOW TO PURCHASE A MINIPRINT: If interested in purchasing an artwork, please send an email to:  sosartcincinnati@gmail.com  including the name of the artwork and your contact information. NFS stands for Not For Sale. The price of each miniprint for sale is $50.
Please feel free to share this page with family, friends and any other relevant venues. The voice of our artists is important and needs to reach far and loud. Thank you for spending time with the artwork, letting it grow in you and adding to it your self and your own perspective.
With gratitude,
Saad Ghosn,
President, SOS ART