|Alter ego: photo, acrylics, collage.|
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12 artists work on a 6 hour mixed media marathon.
We created our own collage papers with mark making.
This while our photos were being printed.
We took the photo and made the changes that appealed to us.
Not many were thrilled to have a close-up,
but I promised they could change whatever they didn't like.
That's the beauty of collage.
The face prints. mounted on canvas, went through changes.
12 Alter-ego's on canvas. Oh, and stamp people ...
|by Carole, Christine & Tanya|
|by Margarita, Jessica & Julie|
Six hours of fun, experimenting and playing.
There was a break for lunch!
A feel good story.
Twice each year, the OLU Missions Program partners with the Bishop Paiute Tribe and other organizations in and around Bishop, California for our Native American Reservation Trip (NART). Since 2012, we have been working towards restoring relationships between the Native community. Our ministry projects provide an avenue for us to connect and build relationships with the people of the area and these projects include construction, landscaping, gardening, working with the elderly, kids ministry, environmental projects, and homeless ministry.
Participants on these trips spend time with the Bishop Paiute Tribe and the work they do in the region, however small,
communicates the value we place on the qualities they value.
Our care for the things that the Tribe cares for shows
them the love that we have for them.
They pitch tents, cook, and have fun being together
as well as being of service to others.
They will be home Monday.