Miami Artist Crowdfunds Gun Reform Billboard Along I-95, Miami New Times
Updated: Apr 3, 2020
Stuart Sheldon’s oldest son was in elementary school the day 20 children were gunned down in their classrooms at Sandy Hook Elementary. The idea of someone aiming an AR-15 at first-graders was the worst thing Sheldon could imagine, and when nothing changed in the massacre’s aftermath, he responded the best way he knew how: through art.
Before the 2016 election, the Miami artist created a haunting video installation showing 20 colorful elementary- school chairs being shot up by a man with an AR-15. Now, with this year’s election approaching, Sheldon has added another piece — one you might have already seen without realizing it. Read more ...