Thursday, May 14, 2009

Art for Sale & Art for a Cause.


For the past year and half, I have had my life changed by working across the border with the people of Rojo Gomez, Mexico. 
My church has been able to partner with Baja Christian Ministry to help build houses, provide medical care and support, and establish and cultivate relationships with the local people there. 
I love serving the people of Mexico and I love capturing images from the work we do and the people we work with.  
But I also wanted to use my art to help benefit the people of Rojo Gomez. I've been working on a new project: 10 art blocks dedicated to Rojo Gomez. They will be for sale and all the proceeds will go straight to their community. We're trying to raise money to get more help and support down there that the people of Mexico most desperately need. 
So, take a look! If you like what you see, they will be on display this Sunday at ROCKHARBOR church in Costa Mesa, CA. If you're interested in purchasing one, please shoot me an email. I'd love to hear from you. 

5x7, mixed media, with a 4x6 print, Canon AE-1. 
Shot in Rojo Gomez, Mexico. 
Ready to go and hang-able. 

6x6, mixed media, Polaroid from a Land Camera 440, expired ID-UV film. 
Shot at Salvation Mountain, CA. 
Ready to go and hang-able. 

8x8, mixed media, with a 5x7 print, Holga 135 BC. 
Shot at the Salton Sea, CA. 
Ready to go and hang-able. 

5x7, mixed media, with a 4x6 print, Canon AE-1.
Shot in Rojo Gomez, Mexico. 
Ready to go and hang-able. 

6x6, mixed media, Spectra Polaroid. 
Shot in Rojo Gomez, Mexico. 
Ready to go and hang-able. 
5x7, mixed media, with a 4x6 print, Canon AE-1. 
Shot in Rojo Gomez, Mexico. 
Ready to go and hang-able. 

5x7, mixed media, with a 4x6 print, Holga 135 BC.
Shot in Rojo Gomez, Mexico. 
Ready to go and hang-able.

6x6, mixed media, Polaroid from a Land Camera 440, expired ID-UV film. 
Shot in Rojo Gomez, Mexico. 
Ready to go and hang-able. 

6x6, mixed media, Spectra Polaroid.
Ready to go and hang-able. 

1 comment:

Nathan said...

Yay!! I love these so much! Wonderful concept and very well executed. Keep 'em coming??