Carla Keaton

Carla Keaton’s work has been recognized by the Arizona Arts Commission and the National Endowment of the Arts. She is also a children’s book illustrator, and the youngest daughter of a sharecropper.

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This is part of a collection of paintings that illustrates the lives of cotton sharecroppers and migrant cotton farmers from the 1930s to 1950s. The objective of the project was to share otherwise untold stories of those who toiled endless hours in the fields, and to raise awareness about the economic impact “cotton pickers” had on the U.S. and global economy.  "Won't name No Buildings After Me"  Oil  36 x 48  2017  Price $6,500  For sales inquiries, please contact Etherton Gallery  www.ethertongallery.com

This is part of a collection of paintings that illustrates the lives of cotton sharecroppers and migrant cotton farmers from the 1930s to 1950s. The objective of the project was to share otherwise untold stories of those who toiled endless hours in the fields, and to raise awareness about the economic impact “cotton pickers” had on the U.S. and global economy.

"Won't name No Buildings After Me"

Oil

36 x 48

2017

Price $6,500

For sales inquiries, please contact Etherton Gallery www.ethertongallery.com