About the Art
For the Heroes 12" x 12" Oil on Linen 2020 ©Annika Connor Painted in New York in the Spring of 2020 during the height of the COVID 19 crisis this painting honors all those who have always been essential but became even more heroic then.
Annika Connor is an artist and actress. A modern-day Renaissance woman, Connor is primarily known for her watercolor and oil paintings. Connor uses strong symbolism and passionate imagery to ignite the imagination. Creator of Annika’s Art Shop https://annikasartshop.com/
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