Wednesday, December 13, 2017

The Sustainable Souls - December 2017

Hello and Welcome to the final The Sustainable Souls Project Post.
 

The Sustainable Souls Project is a monthly artist collaboration inspired by sustainability issues, concerns, ideas, and thoughts.  Each month, we will pick a sustainability topic and create awareness through art, using the monthly theme as inspiration.  Projects may include art-journaling, mixed media, assemblage and more. The idea is to create awareness around Sustainability through art, one paint stroke at a time!  We hope to educate, entertain, and share pretty things for both humans and the earth.
We would like to thank everyone who traveled along with us this year, on our journey to create awareness for Sustainability issues.  We have shared many beautiful and heart felt projects, and hopefully provided insight to some of the major issues concerning sustainability.  
 
We started with one simple idea in mind...we cannot do this alone, but together, we can do so much.
 
 
We end the year with one final share.  Artists created with an open theme, hopefully inspiring you with their message.  Let's take a peek.
 
Camille McCoy  

 
Tina Walker
 

Tracy Krueger
 
 
In addition to individual works, we have a collaboration canvas that began during Labor Day, when several of the Sustainable Souls got together for a weekend of art and relaxation.  The canvas represents all aspects of Sustainability, with an element of the human touch.
 




Thank you again for opening your hearts and homes to us.  It was a creative journey that will long remain a cherished memory for us, for years to come.  ♥♥♥

2 comments:

  1. What an honor, to have been a participant in this Project.
    The goal was to discuss Peoples coming together, for the cause of the Earth, and twofold, it brought together artists who had shared feelings.
    Coming from different perspectives, we did just that...we came together.
    What a great experience...
    Thanks to Tina and this group of amazing artists...Best, Laura

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