Saturday, April 27, 2019

The search for clean water.

Fundraiser for hunger🥣

Raw Sienna  is a yellowish-brown natural earth pigment, composed primarily of iron oxide hydroxide. The colour of the pigment in its natural, or raw state. This is what I had to use for water in this painting.  I can't even imagine drinking water that was this color!  The very last thing you want to do is have muddy colors in an oil painting but I had to find a way to do that clearly. (If that makes sense)  

 “The search for clean water is Painting number 4. 
Children in Rwanda looking for clean water but all they can see is pollution as far as the eyes can see. They have no choice but to drink it, even though animals use it to defecate and it will make them very sick. 

Photo reference Jon Warren/ World Vision

Walk or run the Global 6 k for clean water.

The Bible often uses water as symbolizing of faith, salvation, and provision. Water is essential to our physical living just as Jesus is essential to our spiritual living!
Source BibleStudyTools

Children wait for cattle to leave the pond before they are able to fetch water. The pond attracts those desperate for water, including animals who defecate there.

The dangers below, written by Kari Costanza

Photo credit Jon Warren/World Vision


Donate to my art project to help feed the hungry, some of the greatest needs are with displaced families and children from fleeing conflict, war or famine. 

 For I will pour water on the thirsty land, and streams on the dry ground; I will pour out my Spirit on your offspring, and my blessing on your descendants.
Isaiah 44;3

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