ART TO RAISE AWARENESS TO HUMANITARIAN CAUSES
ART SERIES TITLE:
"Kitty Cats & Happy Owls Helping Battered Women"
Kitty Cats & Happy Owls Helping Battered Women is an idea which I came up with while creating art for my CHALLENGE 2017. WHAT IS CHALLENGE 2017? Art to raise awareness to humanitarian causes. By doing this, I seek to create a more positive world. This week the thought came to me that I LOVE cats and owls. Many women LOVE cats and owls. Then, I imagined how awesome it would be if one woman knowing that another needed a compassionate ear offered a cup of tea!
Well, this is just an idea, but if you think about it, there are countless number of women who suffer in silence as a result of battery, that is physical, mental and/or emotional abuse. How can we then create change? Well, what if one woman invited another to have a CUP OF TEA, and then, just listened...
Most victims of battery have no safe place to express themselves. I hope you will join me in creating positivity in the world. And in this case, it just takes ONE CUP OF TEA and a few minutes of your time to lend a compassionate ear to another human being.
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Original Art by Grace Divine
Mixed Media on Wood or canvas
Colors vary depending on the piece (see individual pieces)
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Art is not framed
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Handling Time 2 to 3 Weeks