Today was the second Thursday of "Home is where the art is", an art outreach program sponsored by the Bo Bartlett center where we meet at a local shelter for the homeless and do some cööl art exercises.
Hoo-n-ym-pka (Hopi) taken in She wears turquoise mosaic earrings, a necklace of glass seed beads and a traditional black manta. Her butterfly hairstyle is typical of postpubescent, unmarried Hopi women.
The Black Hills (Paha Sapa) provided shelter, food and sustenance for the Indian Tribes of the Great Sioux Nation. AT Sioux Pottery, Sioux Indian Artists hand-craft and design various items from the red clay found int he Black HIlls.
“Migrant Mother,” Dorothea Lange, 1936 For many, Florence Owens Thompson is the face of the Great Depression, thanks to legendary photographer Dorothea Lange. Lange made this photograph while visiting a camp in California in February With this.
The Pooch Clutch by artist Colleen Rudolph is a locally-sourced, eco-conscious, handcrafted, animal-free, made-in-America dream accessory. It is a work of art as evening bag that inspires on every level.
White Kitten Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Diane Hoeptner
'Tower of Freedom', Windsor, Ontario (Canada). The tower faces the Gateway to Freedom monument found across the Detroit River in Detroit Michigan and together are called the International Memorial to the Underground Railroad. A 22 foot tower with a bronz
HISTORIC LANDMARK | The Oldest Church on St. Helena Island, Brick Baptist Church was built by Slaves in 1855. An open balcony was used for the Slaves who stood during the services, always out of view of the white plantation owners who sat on the lower level. At the end of the Civil War and Slavery, Brick Baptist Church was turned over to 8000 former Slaves as their place of worship.