The American Cancer Society
Greater Hazleton Area Unit
in collaboration with
Beauty Flower Poem
BEAUTY FLOWER POEM
Artist Kathy Dobash
recovery from traumatic experiences. The poems are
printed on vellum and overlay paintings.
The poems and images are by artist, Kathy Dobash.
The paintings are printed on quality archival paper.
Each book purchased will be signed by the artist.
5% of the profits of all sales of this limited edition
printing will be donated to RAINN. Look for a link on
their website to my ETSY shop.
The book was created in collaboration with photographer,
Marlin Wagner. Marlin photographed the artwork and
assists Kathy with the publication of this limited
Book Size: 8 3/4" x 11 1/2"
I am posting this
original work for sale to benefit the
September Project for Rape Response Services in collaboration
50% of the proceeds will go to Rape Response Services
This original work is 11" W x 14"L. This painting is unframed.
Interdisciplinary watercolor techniques combined with
glued pieces of mulberry paper create a feeling of peace.
3 year old Artist with Autism, Siobhan Forester. Siobhan has been in many different newspapers for her work. She has recently had her art displayed in the Autism Project of Rhode Island's new Art Gallery. The profits from her sales will buy more for her, as well as help with the costs of her treatment & recovery. Her mother,Julie Forrester also donates to several Autism-related charities. Julie wants to spread a more positive message that there is hope for Autism.
12. Commemorative Relief Sculpture 2
Integrating creativity and the children's natural abilities with active participation in society is the mechanism that elevates children from merely existing to becoming inspiring and active members of society.
Children with autism learn best when the necessity is real and the results tangible. Individuals with autism not only have the capacity to "function" in society, but can also be leaders in society. We are inspired by artists such as , Yeats, and Valera who are said to be on the autism spectrum.
No, It's just a beauty mark.
newly married couple went to the bride's home. It was a very long hot June day.
They still had plans to meet friends later. The string holding the pearls broke. "Well at least it did not happen on the dance floor",
The bride was very sad because she did not know how to tell her MOM. Her Mom was very concerned because of something the bridegroom's mother had stated. It made her father very ill during the reception before the last dance with his daughter.
She gathered the pearls. They were under furniture and scattered everywhere.
She placed them into a baby food glass jar.
This jar was in the home 25 years later. The necklace was never repaired.
Now the pearls are worn by The One In Blue. Not worn as a necklace but as a decorative free flowing line in a gown of paper, plaster, wire and ribbon.