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Paint the World

A handful of frontline doctors and nurses who received art supplies. Not all were photographed.

Giving frontline heroes tools to make art

Can art really make a difference during a critical time? Is art, and the process of making it, critical to our progress?

On April 28, 2020, I began a three week journey to deliver art supplies to frontline doctors and nurses…

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Making opportunity for creativity accessible by sprinkling the world with blank canvases

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Founder & Executive Director, Paint the World

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