2012 Vision of Peace: What The World Needs Now
12" x 12" fine art print on wood panel, finished with a UV coating. This image is by artist, Kelebek Travers from the 2012 Peace Project exhibit. Usage rights donated by artist so that ALL proceeds can be used to change lives through The Peace Project's initiatives.
Description from artist regarding their vision of Peace:
Strangers pass each other by easily. But I've noticed that when I'm out walking with my dog Angel, people tend to pause and connect, with a smile or words. The same thing happens when I'm out driving my old VW. I think this is brought about by a comfort people have when they recognize a common source of joy--in this case, a happy beautiful dog or a cute classic car My husband and I often joke that world peace could be achieved by sending golden retrievers all over the world. Put them in old VW's and watch what happens. In truth, this image is a metaphor for recognizing the joys that we have in common--the emotions that make us realize we are all connected.
The reflection on the car shows children in South Sudan, from a photo taken by Dr. Ken Waxman while serving with Doctors Without Borders.
This piece is also available in a 24" x 24" panel for $450. Please call The Whole 9 Gallery at 310-836-460
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