Bernice Sims is active/lives in Alabama, Louisiana. Bernice Sims is known for naive, folk art style painting.
Biography Bernice Sims
As a single mother of six children, Bernice Sims worked in offices to support her family. In the 1960s, Sims was active in the Civil Rights Movement and participated in voter registration drives. In 1965, she took part in the Selma-Montgomery March and witnessed the events of "Bloody Sunday" between protesters and police on the Edmund Pettus Bridge, which would inspire this later canvas.
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