Oh Canada! Where do the girls go?
24”x 36” (61 x 91 cm),Oil on Canvas
This painting was long in creating. I have been working on sketches for 3 years now to try and express how I felt about the 50 THOUSAND and counting girls and women missing across our great country.
Our islands are not exempt, for we are regularly looking for a missing girls or finding girls dead. The painting shows a cedar tree truck that represents a silent witness of the landscape. A highway crisscrosses the landscape of hills, mountains, trees and water. A female hand is stretched across the Canadian Flag and is buried under the maple leaf.
Mothers, grandmothers, sisters, daughters – every female counts and is loved. All Canadians care – and we want to be part of the solution. – April Dyck
Original Painting by April Dyck
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