“Reconciliation” is a photograph of the Richmond Slavery Reconciliation sculpture which is located in the historic Shockoe Bottom neighborhood in Richmond, Virginia. From the 1700’s to 1865, this area served as the second largest slave trading center in the country. Artist Stephen Broadbent created this bronze sculpture which portrays two people melded in an embrace. The sculpture stands nearby Richmond’s former slave market in Shockoe Bottom.
A framed photograph of “Reconciliation” is available for purchase here:
All are invited to attend First Friday Art Exhibits and enjoy free refreshments on Friday September 11th and Friday October 2nd. I will have three black and white photographs on exhibit: “Lady of Greenwood Plantation,” “The River Road,” and “Footprints on Assateague Island.” Framed photographs are available for purchase at Washington Art Works or prints via www.JacquelineLaRocca.com