Featured Arts for 2012 is a collection of crafts you can order online with free shipping to help support domestic violence prevention programs by teens and youth who were victims or family members of victims helping to launch more educational options for music as an art form.
Interested in modern and traditional crafts? We are dedicated to bringing back the Spirit of Aloha to human society. In honor of victims everywhere of domestic violence, generational poverty, hunger, disease, and despair, we wish to pray with St. Francis to be the Authors and Redeemers of Peace.
"Lord, Make Me an Instrument of Thy Peace.
where there is hatred, let me sow love, where there is injury, pardon, where there is despair, hope, where there is doubt, faith, where there is darkness, light,"
and where there is death and destruction, let the living waters flow and bring redemption and compassion back to the forefront of the Peace that passes understanding the peace that comes from music and harmony.
In this Light bringing model, we suggest you make a tax-deductible donation, and, in return, you will receive a free gift from an artist of your choice. The gift will be based on the size of your donation, but the artists themselves will benefit and be supported both physically and in the wholeness of the attitude of giving. Just donate and email us with your donation number and your choice for anything from a signed print to beadwork, a one-of-a-kind haiku pouch, or even a hand-carved native flute or hand-painted native drum, or beadwork or traditional metal and jewelry from our UNICEF members from Africa. All these and more are in our archives, along with poetry books and many other writings.
Click on antique crochet to see an answer to recreating freedom in America
click here to see more about the director's seven years of independent production at communitytv.org in Santa Cruz CA while homeshooling five creative children: Afghan from old wool yarn remnants: Now a felted keyboard case
Sunset in Skagit Valley Tulip Festival looking West toward Mt. Eraeus (Erie): Click here to see more native art and support our domestic violence victims and our free counseling programs offering problem teens alternative solutions for healing themselves and their families