Art in Embassies

This collection of artwork selected by U.S. Ambassador to El Salvador Jean Elizabeth Manes for the Art in Embassies program showcases the landscape of her native Florida and reflects on our role in the care of the environment. The artwork also shows the multicultural richness of the country, highlighting artists from the Choctaw Nation, as well as African Americans, such as The Highwaymen.

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Maureen Burns Bowie, 1949, Wilmington, Delaware Ancient Memories, 2005 Porcelain, glaze, gold leaf Courtesy of the artist
Maureen Burns Bowie, 1949, Wilmington, DelawareAncient Memories, 2005Porcelain, glaze, gold leafCourtesy of the artist
Mary Ann Carroll, 1940, Sandersville, Georgia Untitled, 1978 Oil on Upson board Courtesy of Antony Hayton
Mary Ann Carroll, 1940, Sandersville, GeorgiaUntitled, 1978Oil on Upson boardCourtesy of Antony Hayton
Tia Carter Choctaw Woman Traditional Beaded Collar Beads, wire Courtesy of artist and Choctaw Nation Museum
Tia CarterChoctaw Woman Traditional Beaded CollarBeads, wireCourtesy of artist and Choctaw Nation Museum
Dianna Cohen, 1965, Hollywood, California Ocean of Plastic, 2010 Mixed media, including recycled plastic bags Courtesy of the artist, who worked in collaboration with students from Benjamin Franklin International School, Barcelona, Spain
Dianna Cohen, 1965, Hollywood, California Ocean of Plastic, 2010 Mixed media, including recycled plastic bags Courtesy of the artist, who worked in collaboration with students from Benjamin Franklin International School, Barcelona, Spain
Alfred Hair, 1941, Fort Pierce, Florida Royal Poinciana Oil on Upson Board Courtesy of Antony Hayton
Alfred Hair, 1941, Fort Pierce, FloridaRoyal PoincianaOil on Upson BoardCourtesy of Antony Hayton
Paula Hayes, 1958, Concord, Massachussetts GG18, 2015 and GG10, 2015 Polycarbonate, fiberglass, stainless steel, silicone, upcycled radio parts, industrial materials, acrylic wands, LED light Courtesy of the artist
Paula Hayes, 1958, Concord, MassachussettsGG18, 2015 and GG10, 2015Polycarbonate, fiberglass, stainless steel, silicone, upcycled radioparts, industrial materials, acrylic wands, LED lightCourtesy of the artist
Paula Hayes, 1958, Concord, Massachussetts GG18, 2015 and GG10, 2015 Polycarbonate, fiberglass, stainless steel, silicone, upcycled radio parts, industrial materials, acrylic wands, LED light Courtesy of the artist
Paula Hayes, 1958, Concord, MassachussettsGG18, 2015 and GG10, 2015Polycarbonate, fiberglass, stainless steel, silicone, upcycled radioparts, industrial materials, acrylic wands, LED lightCourtesy of the artist
Cynthia Farrell Johnson, 1954, New York, NY View From My Room, 2001 Acrylic on canvas Courtesy of Artist
Cynthia Farrell Johnson, 1954, New York, NYView From My Room, 2001Acrylic on canvasCourtesy of Artist
Cynthia Farrell Johnson, 1954, New York, NY Here's2Life: Inspired by Shirley Horn, 2015 Acrylic on Canvas Courtesy of Artist
Cynthia Farrell Johnson, 1954, New York, NYHere’s2Life: Inspired by Shirley Horn, 2015Acrylic on CanvasCourtesy of Artist
Gwen Coleman Lester I Shall Not Want Limited Edition Canvas Print Courtesy of Artist and Choctaw Nation Museum
Gwen Coleman LesterI Shall Not WantLimited Edition Canvas PrintCourtesy of Artist and Choctaw Nation Museum
Anne Neely, 1946, Greenwich, Connecticut Splash Oil on linen Courtesy of Artist and Gallery Kathryn Markel Fine Arts
Anne Neely, 1946, Greenwich, ConnecticutSplashOil on linenCourtesy of Artist and Gallery Kathryn Markel Fine Arts
Sam Newton, 1948, Tifton, Georgia Fire sky in the Everglades, 1995 Oil on Upson board Courtesy of Anthony Hayton
Sam Newton, 1948, Tifton, GeorgiaFire sky in the Everglades, 1995Oil on Upson boardCourtesy of Anthony Hayton
Sam Newton, 1948, Tifton, Georgia Untitled, 1995 Oil on Upson board Courtesy of Anthony Hayton
Sam Newton, 1948, Tifton, GeorgiaUntitled, 1995Oil on Upson boardCourtesy of Anthony Hayton