No word yet about whether or not the “tolerant” artists are willing to give her a refund if she returns their hideous artwork. Ivanka certainly has a flair for fashion, but if I were her, I’d ask for a refund and put some of conservative rock-star artist Steve Penley’s works of art on my walls…
Conservative artist and patriot Steve Penley
Conservative artist and patriot Steve Penley

A growing group of artists is hitting back against Ivanka Trump, with some even demanding the president-elect’s daughter take their work down off her walls.

A collection of New York artists have banded together to protest Donald Trump through his daughter, with a campaign called ‘Dear Ivanka’.

The colorful crusade was created by the Halt Action Group, which was founded by curator Alison Gingeras, dealer Bill Powers, Jonathan Horowitz, and a group of others associated with the art scene, Bloomberg reports.

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‘Dear Ivanka, we need to talk about your dad,’ the group’s website reads.

‘Racism, anti-Semitism, misogyny, and homophobia are not acceptable anywhere—least of all in the White House.

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‘Steve Bannon has no place in the White House. Jeff Sessions has no place in the White House. Talk of a Muslim registry has no place in the White House.

‘Hate has no place in the White House. We refuse to “wait and see”. We look to you as the voice of reason.’

Other artists, many of whom have pieces in Ivanka’s lavish apartment, have also chimed in on the issue.

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Alex Da Corte – Instagram

‘Dear @Ivankatrump please get my work off of your walls. I am embarrassed to be seen with you,’ Philadelphia artist wrote on Instagram.

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Ivanka had posted a picture on her own social media of her standing next to a Da Corte piece.

The Halt Action Group staged a rally on November 28 outside the Puck building in Manhattan – where Ivanka and Jared Kushner live.

Here is an example of Da Corte’s work, as shown on the David Risley Gallery Facebook page.
I’m pretty sure my second grader brought home a piece made of dried and painted macaroni that closely resembled this piece of “art”…

Da Corte, who called for Ivanka to take his paintings down in her apartment, took part in a protests outside her home with these signs

Da Corte, who called for Ivanka to take his paintings down in her apartment, took part in a protests outside her home with these signs
Da Corte, who called for Ivanka to take his paintings down in her apartment, took part in a protests outside her home with these signs

About 500 people marched in the demonstration outside Ivanka and Jared Kushner’s home on November 28

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In addition, some of the tolerant liberals sent Ivanka hate messages, as a way of showing her how tolerant they are:

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For entire story: Daily Mail


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