Hidden Murals: The Radical Art of Mary Perry Stone

Why show a protest artist's 1990s radical murals? Are they still relevant today? Mary Perry Stone, a former WPA sculptor, didn't drink, smoke or lead a wild life. Her passion was being a social protest artist; it remained so throughout her life. When she was in her eighties and early nineties, Mary painted many murals depicting what she deemed the horrors of Capitalism. Her art was her own, expressive and powerful.

Running Time
10 minutes
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Ramie Streng
Ramie Streng
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
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Comments about documentary «Hidden Murals: The Radical Art of Mary Perry Stone» (20)

Kevin S. avatar
Kevin S.

This movie has a special place in my heart possibly because I've done the work that Ramie Streng has done before! Great choice of actors as well!

Angela Holland avatar
Angela Holland

Somewhat predictable, but great entertainment nonetheless.

Jane Mendoza avatar
Jane Mendoza

great from start to finish

Nicholas avatar

Highly enjoyed this movie! Would recommend to everyone.

Roger avatar

Ramie Streng has crafted a wildly creative, utterly original and bold film!

Maria avatar

Like the movie and would recommend it.

Dennis White avatar
Dennis White

Light entertainment with a great cast. If you like the actors, and enjoy something light hearted, think you will enjoy this film.

Tammy avatar

I left to the theater opening day to see this movie with high expectations and believe it or not, it exceeded them.

Teresa W. avatar
Teresa W.

I love the scenery and the story. Perfect movie.