Art and Social Justice II

On-line Exhibition

May 8 - June 26, 2021

The Ellington-White Contemporary Art Gallery (EWCG) as part of an ongoing commitment to promote the visual arts, and to fulfill our mission to enhance the quality of life for our community, invited artists, in a national competition, to submit entries for our second ART & SOCIAL JUSTICE national juried exhibition. From May 8 – June 26, thirty-six national artists exhibit forty-one works of art in the gallery and on-line with thoughtful and powerful creative statements that investigate  the artists feelings and thoughts on social injustice today. Art gives us an opportunity to look at the world from different perspectives. We hope that this exhibition will continue the discussion on the path to social justice for all. 


Rose-Ann San Martino

Rose-Ann San Martino is a professional artist, who has worked with Ellington-White, an arts-based community development Corporation since 2008. She is currently a board member and grant writer for EWCDC. San Martino studied drawing and painting at the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, D.C. Her work has exhibited locally and nationally in group and solo exhibitions, and can be found in private collections throughout the United States. 

Online Exhibition Artists

Carolyn Grew-Sheridan, Portland OR

Ana Rivero Rossi, San Francisco CA

Kylen Gulibeaux, Opelousas LA

Brandin Barón, San Francisco CA

Felicia L. Reed, Upper Marlboro MD

April Gavin, Berkeley CA

Traci Mims, Saint Johns FL

Tina Ybarra, South Gate CA

Eleanor Olson, Providence RI

Steve Rossi, Beacon NY

Stephen Linsteadt, La Quinta CA

Rebecca Miller, Springfield MO

Bill Salzillo, Utica, NY

G. E. Vogt, San Diego CA

Joan Appel, Marshfield MA

Khalil Williams, Fountain Inn, SC

Andre Jones, Goldsboro NC


Kamal Al Mansour, San Jose CA.