When I was working on this I wanted to paint just to paint. I didn't want to paint "things". But things emerged. So my yellow horizontal marks turned into steps. I'm not sure if there really are nineteen steps but that's what I got on a quick count. My thoughts of all these cliches that have landed on my front doorstep lately seemed to find their energy down my right arm, into the right hand and out the paint brush. "One step at a time". "A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step". "Every adventure requires a first step". And remember Neil Armstrong's "That's one small step for man..."? I'm truly grateful every morning when my feet hit the floor and I can begin a new day taking as many steps as I can.
The Global Companions Commission of the Diocese of California is the in the business of helping those in need around this planet. A few of their efforts: supporting midwives in Sierra Leone, support basic health services in Malawi and clinics in Uganda. They promote youth groups who provide care to Native American missions. The GCC provides assistance in a variety of ways to Haiti. Someone else made the statement that they "make a dimension of difference". I was fortunate to have been asked to do a logo for them.
West Coast Abstract Painter with roots to the South