The Painted Bi Flag - Original Acrylic Painting - Pride Queer Art - by Rina kazavchinski
The Bi Flag Painted - Original Acrylic Painting - Pride Queer Art - by Rina Kazavchinski
Hand painted by abstract Artist Rina Kazavchinski.
Background on the origin of the flag:
The top 40 percent of the flag is pink, the middle 20 percent is purple, and the bottom 40 percent is blue. The various colors represent attraction to multiple genders. The pink alludes to the pink triangles, which was later adopted by AIDS activist group ACT UP as a badge of solidarity and pride in the 1980s. The purple was an allusion to "purple menace" (or "lavender menace") another slang term for bi+ folks. And the blue was added both because it reflects multiple genders overlapping,
Enjoy and Happy Pride!
Size: 10 x 10 Inches
- Finished edges, looks great on the wall without a frame
- Sturdy canvas prevents stretching and sagging
- UV light protection prevents fading and cracking
- Heavy texture using palette knife and special tools.
- Can be displayed vertically or horizontally.
Own a handmade and original piece of art work you will have forever! Artwork is for personal use only and cannot be reproduced, shared or resold without the permission of the artist.