Samella Lewis did the second piece I chose in 1968 as well, titled “Migrants”. The lines used in this linocut/printmaking piece are actual and implied. The bodies are somewhat linear and it’s easier to ready their body language because of this. The shapes are in small quantity but even then things like the moon are not completely circular because you can see its kind of linear as well. The negative space on this is that atmosphere which is behind the tall grass looking things all around the moon. There is implied mass because od the grass, you get a sense that there is think amount of layers since it fills up the space between each single grass itself. There is implied lighting from the moon which I find very beautiful and creative how she was able to figure out a way of doing it. Again she only uses black and white as colors but there isn’t any need for other colors in my opinion. There is unity with the people, and the grass being put so close to each other. The balancing of everything in this piece was done correctly. I think it was the rule of odds that made the balance this way from the one moon, to the seven people sitting down. The reason I chose this piece was because if felt she implied the quite opposite feeling she did from the previous piece. From the expressions on their faces there isn’t much joy. I feel as if they are hiding themselves from people, which might be because they are migrants. There is definitely a lot on everyone’s mind, mostly regret. It is a very strong piece. I hope she made this one before “Field” because it would give the critics more hope than sadness.