A Portrait for Every Child

Every child is a individual work of  art. And they should all have a portrait just as unique as they are. That’s why I love this news story about a group of students who created portraits of orphans in Ghana. This is part of the The Memory Project, where students draw or paint portraits for orphans or disadvantaged children all over the world.

This is a great way to help people connect through art across regional and cultural boundaries. You can read the whole story here: The Memory Project

"Orphan Girl at the cemetery" by Eugène Delacroix, c. 1823 - 1824

“Orphan Girl at the Cemetery” by Eugène Delacroix, c. 1823 – 1824

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