English Angelina Jolie Painter Summary Uvu Essay

526 words - 3 pages

At first glance I really didn’t understand the meaning of this painting, but the longer I look at it the more I understand what the message is. Angelina Jolie is a very beautiful and famous women, she’s the first thing you notice when looking at this painting. She is a very bright and beautiful angel in this painting, in her arms there are 3 children. Each child is a different ethnicity, which helps us understand that they were likely adopted from third world countries. This painting is showing how great of a person Angelina is for adopting these children to give them better lives.
Angelina Jolie is a very famous actress, who wasn’t able to have children. Through lots of the charity work that she has done in Africa, she eventually came to adopt the babies that were in a bad situation. She adopted these babies to give them a more stable and better life. She helped break social barriers of race by adopting these third world babies. She was one of the main faces of racial unity and motherhood for a while.
The bottom half of the painting is telling us a completely different story. The bottom is several women shopping for groceries in Walmart. It’s very clear that they’re In America because of the American Flag hanging in the corner, and a McDonalds sign on the wall. The women in the painting are overweight and have no children with them. This leads me to think that they’re lesbians and there health issues make it so they can’t have kids. ...

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