"Art is for everybody," according to Asawa. "It is not something that you should have to go to the museums in order to see and enjoy. When I work on big projects, such as a fountain, I like to include people who haven't yet developed their creative side — people yearning to let their creativity out. I like designing projects that make people feel safe, not afraid to get involved."
Anyway, I'll continue...
Ruth lived in a horse stable for six months and during that time she started to draw and paint together with professional artists that were also living in the camp. During this time, she found something that changed her life in a very deep way. And, we are very blessed that she did.
All images are from the fabulous blog Mondo Blogo.