I'm painting a series of paintings to show the work World Vision is doing to help children and families living in poverty.
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Witnesses of hope and reconciliation,
Andrew and Callixte truly hated each other and now they are working together and they are not only reconciled but are the best of friends. Andrew's daughter is going to marry Callixte's son.
When they pray together, they move
Photo credit World Vision/ Jon Warren
This painting is from a photo taken from Megan Pratt / World Vision of a volunteer "Dee Billing" visiting her sponsor child in Uganda. The first time I met this lady was at a conference, she was praying over all the cubeicals of the staff in the building. I think she’s a pretty remarkable lady doing what she does in her eighties and I just couldn’t resist the sweet interaction in the photo. (and of course the chicken) :)
2014 World Vision/photo by Jon Warren
“Sonali twirls outside a Child-Friendly Space across the street from a brothel in Bangladesh where her mother works. I love this moment because her carefree dancing and beautiful dress reflect who Sonali is inside. Her name means “golden.”
Painting #9 of my art project series. “Carry each other’s burdens”. Two-year-old Pascal follows a group of older children while carrying firewood back to his home in Rwanda.
Photo credit World Vision
With painting number 10, I wanted to do one that would highlight the refugee crisis but which one would I do, when there are so many refugees right now!
In the world's largest refugee camp is located near Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. A refugee mother "Salima" and a little girl named Jannatul (which means best heaven) holding each other because its all this mother has left after losing her husband and two other kids. She sings her a sweet lullaby and all is at peace until morning, Families live in small overcrowded and hot shelters made of bamboo and plastic tarps that often leak during monsoon season storms.
Photo credit World Vision/Jon Warren
Parts of South Sudan are already in the grips of the hunger crisis, while areas of Somalia, Kenya, and Ethiopia are on the brink of catastrophe. Tens of thousands of children could starve to death because of food and water shortages.
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About the picture above https://www.worldvision.org/clean-water-news-stories/carrying-water-pain-neck
Thank you World Vision photographers, storytellers and missionaries showing us the incredible beauty of the people and places that WV works. It is SO very important, especially now in the times that we live in!! :)
All pieces will be sold for World Vision's work in the field.
Artwork for hunger
Summer project series
Eight paintings to tell the story of why sponsorship is so important.
#1 "A Picture of Faith" Fleeing violence for faith/Refugees
#2"The Gift" Hunger/Children taking care of children
#3"Work of Love" World Vision's work, love and ministry of the dedicated workers
#4"Grateful Mama" Hardships turn into gratitude for mothers.Maternal health, healthy childbirth and medical help.
#5"Nirma's Story" Child marriage/ Child protection
#6"The Joy of Clean Water" Wash programs and clean water is everything for a good future.
#7"Books and bricks" Child labor/ Education
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Lindsay Minerva/World Vision
Laura Reinhardt/World Vision
Nissi Thapa/World Vision
Ester Luis/World Vision
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