Welcome to our project!
While we are not a federally recognized organization. We do believe in making everyone's life a better place. FADA is about helping people who are negatively affected by domestic violence through art and awareness. We create artwork in hopes of selling the pieces to raise money to donate. We chose the local YWCA Access Shelter to donate our profits to. As we sell more art pieces, the more money we can donate.
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This art piece symbolizes the interracial love between a man and a woman. Even though their skin color is different. Their love is still the same. Their love is basically "Black and White"
Acrylic on canvas
My paining is symbolizing two different sides, one side receives nourishment from a nearby well, so it doesn't need to use it's roots. While the other side doesn't have a constant supply, so it's branches die, but the roots still stay strong. The roots are still alive and well, they just desire the proper nourishment so the leaves that once grew can flourish again.
If you want to buy, contact me at 17hlandis@cypanthers
"The Lady of the Mountain"
This painting is about Mother Earth and her connection with the world. She is embracing the mountain showing that she supports it, but at the same time she is shown to be concerned.
This piece was inspired by Domestic Violence. I wanted to show that domestic violence isn't just physical, it's emotional, and mental too. Even though victims are able to cover up their bruises and scars, they still feel broken on the inside. If you wish to buy this piece, or for more information contact me at email@example.com
This piece represents the way people can see something extremely clearly, but everything else fades into the background. The intense focus on the pine needles is relatable to how one thing may be clear, but it comes at the cost of not being able to see the "bigger picture", the rest of the world that is just as detailed as the branch you're looking at.
To purchase this or other prints, please contact me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Watercolor paint, ink, and marker
This was inspired by several pictures of galaxies that I saw. The head band made out of the planets were there to show how infinite the universe is.