Danielle Greco: Made in the Image of God

Ink drawing of a woman looking at the viewer on tan lined paper.

Am I not a Woman and a Sister? (2019), pen.

Many in our culture today have discarded truth. People have asserted that truth is determinable by the fluctuations of society and the self, creating unstable territory that is subject to whatever lies could surface. However, I believe that there are universal truths about human beings that are not subject to change. Everyone, no matter how marred by distortion, should be treated with dignity and respect, solely because of their humanity. Every person of every race, gender, status, and age (even the unborn) deserve protection and honor. My portraits strive to portray people just as they should be — valued and heard.

Danielle Greco (B.F.A./B.A. '23)

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