Portraits of the Revolution



EV Gallery is excited to present Portraits of the Revolution by Snaybelle AKA Sneha S. Please join us for an Opening Reception Friday, November 4 from 6-10pm. The exhibition highlights social injustices through portraiture of activists including Allison Renville, Water Protector and Indigenous rights activist, Loujain al-Hathloul, Saudi Arabian activist for women’s rights, and Marsha P. Johnson, pioneer for LBGTQIA+ rights.

Some work will be available for purchase by silent auction with 70% of proceeds benefitting grassroots organizations.

The exhibition will run through November 30, 2022.

About the Artist

Sneha S. is an artist based in Queens, New York. Sneha explored art from a young age due to her rough childhood upbringing. Born in Silchar, Assam of India, Sneha’s family shifted to the United States in hopes to “achieve the American dream.” In turn, the harshness of capitalism destroyed her family barely getting by while also dealing with the strained mental health of both of her parents. In order to cope with child abuse, Sneha turned to art for solace. Art took a pause when life took over being a working adult in New York City. But after getting out of a tumultuous relationship, old wounds opened up and Sneha had to address her childhood trauma with the help of therapy, and of course, art came back into her life. And since then, Sneha has continued to explore her artistic capabilities using materials such as acrylic, ink, watercolor, and color pencil.

For inquiries or to bid on a portrait, please contact info@evgallery.art.