Watching the television screen on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, most Americans felt helpless. But Lodi area artists — whether it was that day or in the weeks to come — took to their palettes and drawing boards and put their hearts and tears on blank canvases to show their patriotism, the vulnerability that was felt across America and the grief that struck a nation.
With paint brushes, bins of mixed media supplies, oils and acrylics, Lodi artists went to work creating pieces of art that continue to tell the America’s history one decade after America experienced the attack against the United States.
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