The artist on this page has incorporated the issue of marriage equality into his art in the form of a sculpture. He is a supporter of equality for all, including the acknowledgement of all loving relationships and access to civil marriage for all committed adult couples who wish to marry. We hope you enjoy his work - please encourage and support his art!
Scott Terry No H8 Sculpture
Painter, Sculptor, Blogger
Scott Terry is an artist who, after the passing of Proposition 8 in California in 2008, created a sculpture depicting the influence of certain organized religions on the Yes on 8 campaign. In the artist’s words the purpose of this piece was, “ to highlight the stupidity of the religious right”. The 4’x4’ piece uses pages torn from the Bible and Book of Mormon, along with Yes On 8 propaganda and yard signs. It has been on display at various equality events around California. Click here to view Scott's NoH8 sculpture via video.
To see Scott's watercolors and other work, checkout his website at www.ScottTerryProjects.com.
Scott is also a blogger who moderates an online forum courtesy of Freeminds.org where he writes a blog for gays and lesbians who have suffered from religious discrimination, particularly those who were former members of the Jehova's Witnesses. In and Out of the Kingdom Hall Closet: www.freeminds.org/lgbt-forum Scott’s personal story relating his experience with organized religion: www.freeminds.org/blogs/a-gay-exit-from-the-truth.