For it is not light that is needed, but fire; it is not the gentle shower but thunderSold Out
Hand-stitched by Diana Weymar, creator and curator of Tiny Pricks Project.
Quote by Frederick Douglass.
Vintage textile, cotton embroidery floss
Ships with signed certificate of authenticity.
13.5” x 13.5”
I heard descendants of Frederick Douglass read this speech aloud on radio and then listened a second time with my son. Frederick Douglass delivered the speech, “The Meaning of the Fourth of July for the Negro” seventy-five years into the nation’s independence. His language is so strong, clear, and necessary. I stitched them so I could spend more time with them. Making words by hand is very meditative but also creates an opportunity to feel their thunder!
The Tiny Prink Textile is unframed. It will be shipped via UPS (domestically) and via DHL (internationally) insured and with signature required.