A hundred years from now no one will care how you looked ~ what kind of car you drove ~ how much money you had in the bank, but they will know if you made the difference in the life of a child. The point is not to live forever, but that forever knows you were once here. Unknown
The metamorphosis of La Sirena de la Esperenza, my contribution.
Materials: Wood, fabric, paint, papier mache, red velvet, nails, glue, brass sea shells and tacks, wool, dye, a single blue pearl and love. Shrine stands 15 1/2” high and measures 6 1/2” deep, wingspan 8”. It is devised so you can sit shrine upon sturdy furniture or it's also wired to hang on wall.
Please join us at the auction as La Sirena sets sail to make a difference!
Beautiful soul Rebecca of Recuerda mi Corazon has organized this event (for the second year in a row), to raise money for the street children of Oaxana, Mexico. She has gathered together a group of artists that are creating artistic shrines to be auctioned later this April. When the date is set, you'll be the first to know. In the meantime, check out the Shrines from last year's auction at the The Gallery of Hope .
I'll be away in Austin joining my husband for the Texas Library Association meeting.