Thursday, September 30, 2010

Sean Penn awarded for Humanitarian Work

Sean Penn will be awarded for his Humanitarian Work in Haiti.
Sadly, his camp was just devastated by a strong, sudden storm that swept through Haiti. I was in a very hard rain storm in Haiti a few weeks ago and it was tough to ride out in a cement building. I can't even imagine if you were living in a tent or under a tarp. What if you had young children or a baby? SO sad.

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Oh The Possibilities....

What do you think about this new liquid mixture that allows you to literally spray on your clothes? I would love to feel if it is comfortable. Sounds itchy. I'm guessing it could be not terribly flattering....but SO fun to try new designs with. One of the possibilities for this new concept is for spray on bandages. I like!
So really. What do you think???

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Coming Soon.....

I am back from Haiti. I already miss it.
Somehow a little bit more of my heart always stays behind.

It was an amazing time~ working with artisans, helping in the community, and loving on lots of sweet malnourished children in the Rescue Center. I'm hoping to start posting a LOT more on this blog. We want more people to know about AFH and how easy it is to help feed starving kids and help Haitian men and women earn a much needed income through the arts.

We are in the process of organizing kits that people can help sell from their homes, schools, churches, and more to directly help people struggling in the mountains of Haiti.
Do you want to help? :)

Saturday, September 4, 2010

We're In Haiti

We'll be in Haiti September 5-10.
We're so excited to visit the people and children
we have grown to love so much.
We will be teaching some classes, loving on kids,
and working with artisans in the mountains of Haiti.
We will also be coming back with more artwork from Haiti to sell.

If you would like to follow our journey in Haiti you can go
to our Artists For Hope in Haiti blog.

Let the artists you know in the states how they can help feed starving children through their art. Could there be a better reason to create???