Artists for Global Transformation

New in 2020: Poster Drop-In Calls

Wednesday May 13 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm PDT
Thursday May 14 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm PDT
Wednesday May 20 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm PDT
Thursday May 21 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm PDT
Saturday May 23 9:00 am – 10:30 am PDT

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Artists for Global Transformation

Our art exhibit this year can be viewed on YouTube. Embedded in the name of each work of art listed below, is a link to a YouTube video channel.

Artist Art Title Art Summary
Alexandra Isaievych Dialogue My hope for my viewers is to join me on a journey to discover their innermost questions bubbling up from deeply within.
Andrea DiCarlo Holding Hands Using color and simple forms, I create a world of spontaneity, a lightness of being and joy that makes a difference in people’s everyday lives.
Andy Monks Leaders….Sitting This piece encompasses a simplified diorama based on four people who made a difference: Nelson Mandela, Mahatma Gandhi, Anne Frank and Rosa Parks.
Barb Holland The Human Condition The two figures in the background are talking ABOUT the seated male figure. The other figure has moved up to engage in a conversation WITH him, the only way to ever make a real difference in the situation.
Barbara LaValleur Farewell As our mother lay dying, I was moved and grateful for my sister’s loving care in her final days. Mother’s nails were beautifully manicured, even to the end.
Bruce Campbell Weft and Weave This piece is a jewel-like object about color interaction and color play making a difference by directly connecting people to their hearts, having a sense of something else being possible.
Corrina Sephora Rifle Bouquet II I am, in essence, setting the metal free through the process of transforming these weapons of violence, transforming weapons into flowers poses questions.
Diane Paull Serene Harbor My practice is to travel to beautiful destinations to paint landscapes in a way that allows people a closer look at the beauty found in our natural world.
Dorothy Annette A Letter to the World A Letter to the World is a message of love. How can we empower children in disempowering circumstances to dream BIG?
Elizabeth Smith All of It An organic mandala signifying the universe, where everything is connected. This mandala developed as I explored how being centered could show up in art.
Jeannette Lazet The Ripples of One Drop Making a difference can be seen by the ripples of every committed thought, action and conversation we have.
Meaghan Miller Lopez Clear as It Was Meant to Be My paintings express this potency, dreaming the awakening of a new world, coming into the shimmering, energetic field of the eternal.
Virginia Brooks Resilience The mosaic of life experience is in the colors and reflected on the branches … a beacon, reminding them they have Resilience within.