I was so captivated by this piece and the story, I couldn't put it down. It turns the artist, B. Robert Moore, worked on the piece for over a year. He was turned on by the story of Harriet Glickman contacting Charles Schultz to suggest that Schultz "integrate" the Peanuts strip. That story is here:
Mr. Moore wrote about it on his Instagram, here:
What a great story. As I say, it's beautiful that artists like Mr. Moore are doing what they believe in. They're using their art to send a message. What's the old saying? "A picture says a thousand words".
tty next time,