My Children of the King collection is going to the Chesapeake Central Library!
I have been working since the beginning of this year creating new paintings to add to my Twirly Dresses collection for my April solo show at the Chesapeake Central Library, and I've been having so much fun developing other ways to incorporate the crown in my work.
The Butterfly house touches a soft spot in my heart as they aim to help rescue and heal children from modern slavery (trafficking) right here in my own backyard by providing them with a long term safe home. And through my Children of the King: Twirly Dresses collection you can help make a difference in a child's life by contributing to the building of the safe home.
I am so thrilled to be exhibiting my "Children of the King" collection at Butterfly House's Annual International Dinner.
You guys have heard me talk over and over again about this organization and their amazing mission to rescue children from the horrors of sex trafficking as well as providing them a safe haven for healing.
My ultimate desire as an artist is that my art connects with its viewers, and that desire has motivated my current collection Children of the King: Twirly Dresses. I am a mother of three girls who are ages 25, 21, and 11, and I loved to see them so happy, innocent, and free to just be a little girl. When they'd put on a pretty dress, they were instantly transformed into a twirling princess. This collection brings that fantasy into reality as we are children of The King! (close up of painting) God lead me to a wonderful organization, The...