Introduction

 

Windows and Mirrors: Reflections on the War in Afghanistan is a traveling mural exhibit that makes a powerful statement on a nearly invisible reality.

The exhibit consists of more than 45 large scale paintings by artists from all over the country that memorialize Afghan civilian casualties. The exhibit also includes images collected from Afghan high school students by Dr. Zahir Wahab, a professor at Lewis and Clark College, who asked young Afghans to draw images from their daily reality.

  • What's Left of Kabul mural
  • Rikki Asher mural
  • Abby Karish mural
  • Alfonso Munoz mural
  • Andrea Gallagher mural
  • Ann Northrup mural
  • Art Hazelwood and Juan Fuentes mural
  • Ashley Scribner mural
  • Brenda Friedman mural
  • Camille Perrottet mural
  • Cathleen Hughes
  • Christine Moss mural
  • Claire-Helene Martin
  • Dara Wells-Hajjar
  • Deborah Gross-Zuchman
  • Elise Bonail mural
  • Geoff Krawczyk mural
  • Granite Amit mural
  • Irene Ulfan mural
  • Jane Norling mural
  • Janet Braun-Reinitz mural
  • Jessica Munguia mural
  • Joe Brenman mural
  • Johanna Poethig mural
  • John Pitman Weber mural
  • Karen Light mural
  • Swan, Lukasik and SIS mural
  • Lillian Moats mural
  • Lillian Moats mural
  • Maria Dominguez mural
  • Maribo
  • Michael Schwartz mural
  • Pablo Ancona mural
  • Afghan Warhol mural
  • Mother and Son mural
  • Hidden Children mural
  • Susan Harts mural
  • Tomie Arai mural
  • Summer Institute mural
  • Summer Institute mural
  • Summer Institute mural
  • Karen Light/Locke Elementary mural
  • Salima by Nanna Tanier
  • Cut With Sorrow mural
  • Philip Zuchman mural