Available in three mediums. Acrylic, Canvas, and metal prints."I SEE NO COLOR" is an abstract artwork that speaks to the complexity and nuance of the issues surrounding race and racism. The phrase "I see no color" is often used to proclaim a lack of racism, with the intention of promoting a colorblind society. However, this phrase is problematic because it fails to acknowledge the very real experiences of racism that occur in daily life. "I SEE NO COLOR" invites viewers to engage in a conversation about race and racism. The abstract nature of the artwork allows for a wide range of interpretations, which can foster a deeper understanding of the complexities of these issues. The use of bright, bold colors in the artwork serves as a reminder of the diversity and richness of the human experience.