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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The warmest blankets of peace snow only from the heart. ~Layne Russell
🌬Painting #6 in my art project series. With summer around the corner, this photo’s winter wonderland seems too far away, but I heard many of you are still getting snow! ❄️ Art project series I loved this peacefulphoto by Laura Reinhardt/ World Vision of a mother and son walking in the snow. Painting it, I quickly noticed that the boy was not wearing a coat or boots. As I was going a little further I can’t help but notice there is nothing there but snow (everywhere) and below freezing temperatures! I don’t like the cold, I can’t imagine being around no vegetation, but this little scene warms the heart! To learn more about this story and how you can help with coats and boots for a child living on poverty, go to the story below.
"The winter landscape in Amasia, Armenia, was one of the most beautiful and unyielding vistas that I’ve ever seen. Winter can last up to seven months out of the year here. I loved this little moment of connection between a mother and son as they walked through the desert-like snowscape to get water for the family". World Vision/photo by Laura Reinhardt) “We wanted warm clothes more than food,” says their mother, Armenuhi. https://www.worldvision.org/child-protection-news-stories/winter-not-wonderful"-without-warm-clothes
Folk art enters a place, warms the colors, softens the edges, and plays in the yard. It is the tipping point, the key element transforming a house into a home. Adora Myers
Pam's Art Show "The Office".
"They also will answer, 'Lord, when did we see you hungry or thirsty or a stranger or needing clothes or sick or in prison, and did not help you?'
Then the King will answer, ‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did not do for one of the least of these, you did not do for Me Matt 25;24-25
“I would like to be remembered as a person who wanted to be free… so other people would be also free.”
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 #5 of my art project series. I just loved this photo of this little girl "Sonali" twirling in her own little world in the middle of a brothel. I am so thankful for World Vision’s child friendly spaces to keep her safe because of sponsors that are willing to sponsor children at risk!https://www.worldvision.org/child-protection-news-stories/child-friendly-spaces-help-children-childhood My husband asked me why I picked a photo that was so difficult. and of course I said I like to torture myself. :) but really, it is part of the story, a story of “freedom” for a child just being a little light in a dark world.
Now the Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom. 2 Cor 3;17