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W I L L I A M

S T O E H R

A VISUAL MANIFESTO


WILLIAM

VICTIMS - WITNES

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STOEHR

SSES - SURVIVORS

METHING


“For me, the essence of art is the exploration of fun

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ndamental issues of our time. I explore intolerance,

with its victims, witnesses and survivors.�


FOREWORD

by Bill Lowe

It is an honor for Bill Lowe Gallery to share this historic exhibition with you. Every painting in it addresses matters that are acutely relevant to our time. The potency of the images literally “gives face” to a scope of issues that have forged an epic dilemma for humanity, and an equally epic opportunity for healing at a personal and a societal level.

It is with this hope that we present William Stoehr’s seminal body of work. Its title, Victims – Witnesses – Survivors, embraces all of humanity in one way or another. The visages – the portraits - that compose this show underscore with great eloquence the recognition that “a picture is worth a thousand words”. In the case of William Stoehr’s work, “a picture is worth a billion words”. This is, indeed, a visual manifesto.

We are bombarded daily with statistics related to deaths from domestic and gun violence, AIDS, Ebola and other epidemics, famine, displacement, immigration, poverty, addiction and mental illness – to the point that many have become numb; not because of indifference, but because statistics alone do not tell the story. It is the faces – the eyes, windows to the soul – that best convey the story. This is why art becomes the best arena in which to personalize it and penetrate our intellectual and emotional armor.


These are the times that try men’s souls. Words written by the great American patriot, Thomas Paine, in 1776, in his unforgettable call to action in “The American Crisis”. They are indelibly imprinted in our minds. At that time, the crisis was our nation’s independence – our foundational liberty. But the words ring as true today as they did then. Today we face existential threats to our national heart, and our national soul – destruction from within.

A scourge of simultaneous epidemics – inextricably interconnected with one another – pose threat to our very national soul. These threats equal, if not exceed, threats of foreign terrorism or war. They include rampant addiction, a universe of mental health problems, violence, discrimination, climate/ environmental disasters and disease. These have become “the barbarians at the gates”.

These are not uniquely American problems; they reflect a planetary reality – shifting and emerging paradigms that could change our way of life as we know it. The American psyche is resilient, and the American heart is possessed of infinite compassion and generosity. But we must look the effects directly in the eye – in the eyes of those whose lives have, and oftentimes, continue to be ravaged by them. Close examination of these faces also shows - with startling poignancy - the dignity, forgiveness, perseverance, hope and love that is the inevitable possibility of transcending these traumas.


William Stoehr, on the surface, seems an unlikely candidate to express the emotional composition of these effects on women and men. But his personal history, which he shares only begrudgingly, told us decades ago who he was. He was “the guy who could not bear to watch someone bullied on the playground”, the guy with artistic passions but no access to opportunity to develop them early in life.

His generation was tormented by the Vietnam War and the long overdue upheaval of social systems, still far from complete even today. He became an engineer, later worked for several decades, ultimately with National Geographic - overseeing their mapping division. He travelled the globe and came to see that every instance of abuse, marginalization or discrimination was only a microcosm of a macrocosmic dilemma. When he achieved financial independence, he committed to return to painting – his heart’s love.

Stoehr comments that it is almost always women and children that are the collateral damage of these gross injustices – injustices almost always perpetrated – and perpetuated - by men. And yet, all men were birthed by women and were at one time children themselves. The cycles are undeniable. And they can be broken, corrected and healed. Now is a pivotal time in our country, and around the world. We hope that seeing these women - and men – “face to face” will move you to action – to an action that you choose, to better your community, our nation and the world we all share.


“ Th is i s prec i se l y t h e t i m e whe n a r t is t s g o t o wor k . T he re i s no t i m e f o r de s p a ir , no p la c e f or s e lf - p i t y, no n eed fo r s i l e n c e , n o ro om f or f e a r . W e s p e a k , we w rite, w e do l an gu age . T ha t is how c iv iliz a t ions hea l.

I kn ow the w o rl d i s bru is e d a nd b le e d ing , a nd t ho u gh it is impo rtan t n o t to i g nor e it s p a in, it is a ls o c r it ic a l t o r efuse to su c c u m b t o it s m a le v ole nc e . L ik e f ailu re, ch a os co n tai n s i n f o rma t ion t ha t c a n le a d t o kn o wl edge — e ve n w i s d om . L ik e a r t . �

- T oni Mor r is on ( 1 9 3 1 - 2 0 1 9 )


EMMA 1

Emma, my beloved sister, struggled with an opiod addiction for many years. Despite her valiant efforts she succumbed to an overdose and passed away. This was among the most devastating events of my life. Of course, it is never just one person who is impacted, and it is never simply an isolated instance. At the openings of countless exhibits, I listened to the stories families and communities devastated. It is all there - terror, intolerance, indifference and helplessness as well as resilience, resolve, forgiveness, love and hope. The portraits in this exhibit reflect the faces of those affected.

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“Dad called, Emma OD’d. Her soul is at rest.”

-

Willia m S t oe hr


E M MA 2

“Emma, I promise to paint your portrait if you promise to go to rehab.” -

W illia m S t oe hr

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“ . . pai nt ing t he p ur it y of t he p a in o f t ho se

perso na l b a


e wh o di d no t h ave o ppor t unit y t o win t he ir

a t t le s . . . “


WIL L IE 5

“Much as with AIDS, I believe it may take a groundswell fueled by artists, scientists, writers, playwrights, singers, activists, politicians and many more to erase the stigma of mental heath issues and addiction, and push for the required funding and research for prevention, treatment and recovery.” -

W illia m S t oe hr

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D ESTINY 16

“If I engage you with the eyes then I can also start to do other things peripherally with line and color. I can color outside of the lines and your mind will resolve it.” -

Willia m S t oe h r

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WIL L IE 13

Last month, the CDC reported that 39,773 people in the United States died from gunshot wounds in 2017, the most single-year gun deaths in half a century. The increase was driven by suicides.

- The Center for Disease Control

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RH EANNA 5

trau·ma /troum,trôme/ noun 1. a deeply distressing or disturbing experience. “a personal trauma like the death of a son”

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L AINE 10

trau·ma /troum,trôme/ noun 1. a deeply distressing or disturbing experience. “a personal trauma like the anxiety of living day to day in poverty”

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RH EANNA 5

trau·ma /troum,trôme/ noun 1. a deeply distressing or disturbing experience. “like the trauma of being a victim of sexual violence or rape”

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SH EL B Y 7

“I experiment with the amount and type of information required to evoke an image and to find those characteristics that cause the viewer to emotionally respond to the portrait.”

-

W illia m S t oe hr

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S HEL B Y 5

In the United States alone in 2016, there were an estimated 63,632 deaths due to drug overdose, which is a 21% increase from previous years. This was largely due to a rise in deaths associated with prescription opioids.

-

W or ld H e a lt h O r g a niz a t ion

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SHELBY 6

“Many if not most of my 300,000 social media followers are from regions around the world wracked by violence”

- William Stoehr

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WIL L IE 15

Accidental drug overdose is currently the leading cause of death in the United States for those under 50. Drug overdose deaths now exceed those attributable to firearms, car accidents, homicides, or HIV/AIDS. More Americans died from a drug overdose in 2017 alone than died in the entire Vietnam War.

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The D r u g P olic y A llia nc e

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ANASTAS IA 1

“A Syrian woman in a refugee camp wrote to tell me that after seeing one of my paintings that she knew I understood her, and that she wanted to die. The next morning she looked at the same painting and saw hope in the woman’s eyes, and she knew then that she too could have hope. She told me that I saved her life. This is why I paint.”

- William Stoehr

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Z OE 1

”. . . hold peace as an organizing principle; promote justice and democratic principles to expand human rights; coordinate restorative justice programs; strengthen non-military means of peacemaking . . .”

- Marianne Williamson Spiritual Healer | Activist | Author

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ANASTASIA 2

“Always remember that you are absolutely unique. Just like everyone else. . .”

- Margaret Mead | Cultural Anthropologist

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AL E XUS 4

Approximately 63% of homeless women have experienced domestic violence in their adult lives.

- N ati o n al C oa lit ion f or t he H om e le s s

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AL E XUS 7

More than 1 in 3 women (35.6%) and more than 1 in 4 men (28.5%) in the U.S. report having experienced rape, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner in their lifetime.

- Na t iona l C e nt e r f or In j u r y P r e v e nt ion a nd C on t ro l

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A L EXUS 10

The Centers for Disease Control estimate that 114 people die a day because of drugs (TIME magazine offers a much higher estimate), and 6,748 will be sent to hospital emergency rooms for treatment.

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AL EXUS 2

“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our Light, not our Darkness, that most frightens us.”

- Marianne Williamson Spiritual Healer | Activist | Author

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W I L L IE 10

“I paint to make a difference - to be part of a larger conversation - to engage, motivate and heal - to be part of the solution. It’s just who I want to be.”

- William Stoehr

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LAINE 21

“This is my simple religion. There is no need for temples; no need for complicated philosophy. Our own brain, our own heart is our temple; the philosophy is kindness.”

- 14th Dalai Lama

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W IL L IE 1

“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”

- Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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B R ITAIN 6

“The goal of spiritual practice is full recovery, and the only thing you need to recover from is a fractured sense of self.”

- Marianne Williamson Spiritual Healer | Author | Activist

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D E S TINY 17

Not like the brazen giant of Greek fame, With conquering limbs astride from land to land; Here at our sea-washed, sunset gates shall stand A mighty woman with a torch, whose flame Is the imprisoned lightning, and her name Mother of Exiles. From her beacon-hand Glows world-wide welcome; her mild eyes command The air-bridged harbor that twin cities frame. “Keep, ancient lands, your storied pomp!” cries she With silent lips. “Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door!”

- The New Colossus: Statue of Liberty Emma Lazurus ACRYLIC PAINT, CHARCOAL, OIL PASTEL & CONTE CRAYON ON CANVAS | 80 X 60 INCHES


SH EL B Y 12

There were approximately 36.9 million people worldwide living with HIV/AIDS in 2017. Of these, 1.8 million were children (<15 years old). An estimated 1.8 million individuals worldwide became newly infected with HIV in 2017 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; about 5,000 new infections per day.

- The UNAIDS Organization

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L AI N E 18

“Prejudice is a burden that confuses the past, threatens the future and renders the present inaccessible.”

- Maya Angelou Author & Poet Laureate

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L AI N E 12

”. . . came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity.”

- Bill W., Founder | Alcoholics Anonymous

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L AINE 12

“I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound to the starless midnight of racism and war that the bright daybreak of peace and brotherhood can never become a reality... I believe that unarmed truth and unconditional love will have the final word.” - Martin Luther King

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D E STINY 22

“Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them, humanity cannot survive.”

- 14th Dalai Lama

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D ESTINY 2 3

“We can never obtain peace in the outer world until we make peace with ourselves.”

- 14th Dalai Lama

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AL E XUS 6

About 275 million people worldwide (5.6 per cent of the global population aged 15â&#x20AC;&#x201C;64 years) used drugs at least once during 2016. Among them, there were about 34 million people who used opioids (synthetic) and about 19 million who used opiates (natural).

- World Health Organization

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B R I TAIN 10

“It is immense your simple spirit that has the gift to take with handfuls of magic painting the purity of the pain of those who did not have opportunity to win their personal battles ”

- Unknown

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B R I TAIN 6

“Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.”

- Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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B R ITAIN 11

“You must not lose faith in humanity. Humanity is an ocean; if a few drops of the ocean are dirty, the ocean does not become dirty.”

- Mahatma Gandhi

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J AC QUELINE 6

“Men, their rights, and nothing more; women, their rights, and nothing less.”

- Susan B. Anthony Women’s Rights Activist

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NO MO RE WOR DS 8

“Inaction in a deed of mercy becomes an action in a deadly sin.”

- Madame Helena Blavatsky Founder | Theosophy

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JAC Q UE L IN E 3

“What writes history is the power of ideas. And every moment offers the potential to write something new.”

- Madame Helena Blavatsky Founder | Theosophy

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J A C QUELINE 1

“To be free is not merely to cast off one’s chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others.”

- Nelson Mandela

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JAC Q UE L IN E 2

“History, despite its wrenching pain, cannot be unlived, but if faced with courage, need not be lived again.”

- Maya Angelou Author & Poet Laureate

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AL EXUS 8

“Never give up, for that is just the place and time that the tide will turn. When you get into a tight place and everything goes against you, till it seems as though you could not hang on a minute longer, never give up then, for that is just the place and time that the tide will turn.”

- Harriet Beecher Stowe American Author and Abolitionist

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B R I TAIN 1

“Construct your determination with Sustained Effort, Controlled Attention, and Concentrated Energy. Opportunities never come to those who wait… they are captured by those who dare to attack.”

- Paul J. Meyer Author, Pioneer of Self-Improvement

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AL EXUS 3

” . . . The caged bird sings with a fearful trill of things unknown but longed for still and his tune is heard on the distant hill for the caged bird sings of freedom. . . ” Maya Angelou Author & Poet Laureate

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AL EXUS 1

“Grace is not part of consciousness; it is the amount of light in our souls, not knowledge nor reason.”

- Pope Francis

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W I L L IE 3

“United we stand, divided we fall. Let us not split into factions which must destroy that union upon which our existence hangs.”

- Patrick Henry, American Founding Father

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W I LL IE 2

. . . hold these Truths to be self-evident, that all Men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness. . .

- The Declaration of Independence (1776)

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L AI N E 5

”. . . form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity . . . ”

- Preamble, U.S. Constitution, Ratified (1788)

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D ESTINY 1 5

“If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude.”

- Maya Angelou Author | Poet Laureate

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CAITL IN 1

“In every community, there is work to be done. In every nation, there are wounds to heal. In every heart, there is the power to do it.”

- Marianne Williamson Spiritual Healer | Author | Activist

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RH E ANN A 6

We are now witnessing the highest levels of displacement on record. An unprecedented 70.8 million people around the world have been forced from home. Among them are nearly 25.9 million refugees, over half of whom are under the age of 18.

- United Nations Higher Commissioner for Refugees

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B RITAIN 2

There are also millions of stateless people who have been denied a nationality and access to basic rights such as education, healthcare, employment and freedom of movement.

- United Nations Higher Commissioner for Refugees

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J A C QUEL INE 7

One person is forcibly displaced every two seconds as a result of conflict or persecution.

- United Nations Higher Commissioner for Refugees

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WIL L IE 4

“I will not let anyone walk through my mind with their dirty feet.”

- Mahatma Gandhi

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WIL L IE 14

“The future depends on what we do in the present.”

- Mahatma Gandhi

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WIL L IE 8

About 15 out of every 100 Vietnam veterans (15%) were currently diagnosed with PTSD when the most recent study of them (the National Vietnam Veteran Readjustment Study) was conducted in the late 1980s. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s believed that 30% of Vietnam veterans have had PTSD in their lifetime.

- National Department for Veterans Affairs

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MISUZ U 3

In September 2017, the International Labor Organization (ILO) estimated that 24.9 million men, women, and children were victims of human trafficking around the globe.

- International Labor Organization

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W IL L IE 9

About 11 to 20 out of every 100 veterans(or between 11 and 20%) who served in operations Iraqi Freedom and Enduring Freedom have PTSD in a given year. About 12 out of every 100 Gulf War Veterans (or 12%) have PTSD in a given year.

- International Labor Organization

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W IL L IE 12

“There i s a sac re dn e s s in t e a r s . T he y a r e not t he m ark o f w e ak n e ss, b u t of p owe r . T he y s p e a k m o re el oqu e n t l y th a n t e n t hou s a nd t ong u e s . They are th e m e sse ng e r s of ov e r whe lm ing g r i ef, of deep c o n tri ti o n , a nd of u ns p e a k a b le lov e .”

- W ash i n gton I r v ing | A m e r ic a n A u t h o r

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“ A nd once t he sto rm i s o v e r, y o u w on’t remembe r ho w y o u m a d e it thr oug h, how y o u m a na g e d to s u r v iv e. You w o n’ t e v e n b e su re, w hether the sto rm i s re a l l y o v e r. B u t one t hi ng i s c e rta i n. W he n y o u come out of the sto rm , y o u w o n ’ t b e the same pe rso n w ho w a l ke d in . T ha t’s what t his sto rm ’ s a l l a b o u t . ” - Haru k i Mu r a k a m i, K a r f k a on t he S ho re


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