GAYLE KABAKER & JENNY KROIK FEATURED IN THE WASHINGTON POST

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Art affects people. It can make them think or feel something that they might not feel otherwise. People tell me my art can make them feel better or happy. So if in these dark times art can be a light of inspiration for people, then this is an important thing. I want to use my art to help bring awareness to how important it is to vote.
— Gayle Kabaker
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Before the 2016 election, talking about politics in social situations was considered rude or uncool. But in the last year, I feel that people started to really see the connection between politics and their own lives, and political conversations became more commonplace.
— Jenny Kroik

Gayle Kabaker and Jenny Kroik for the Washington Post's feature, 'Moving forward: Female artists create works that reflect on what the Women’s March has changed in the past year.'

For: The Washington Post