2016 LA FLOOD RELIEF
Recent flooding in Louisiana destroyed thousands of people's homes and businesses. While water can be can be terribly destructive, it can also show the beauty in dire situations. The beautiful act of helping one another in a time of need was greatly witnessed this past week in Louisiana, and it prompted me to use my talents to also help my neighbors in need.
Baton Rouge holds a very special place in my heart since it was my home for 4 years while I attended LSU for graphic design. So, I decided to put my creativity to good use and help the people of Baton Rouge and southeastern Louisiana as best I could.
Water destroyed homes, but it can also help rebuild them. That is why I painted these watercolor paintings.
Click on each image to purchase a print of the paintings.
Thank you to everyone who purchased a print! Together we raised $650 for the Second Harvest Food Bank (http://no-hunger.org), which gives 95% of its donations directly to the programs and services it delivers. They provide food for children, seniors, homeless and for those who are in need because of natural disasters.
Prints are still available for purchase. Click on the pictures to purchase the prints.