The room where I normally do therapy at the homeless shelter was busy today. There was no room for me. So I went to the 99 cent store and bought some sidewalk shock. I should have thought about what I was wearing and not been wearing a dress when I decided this would be aContinue reading “Art , feelings in chalk”
people that have taught me, taunted me, and now have haunted me.
Taylor “Tae Tae” Davis is a tween who does art as outreach and engagement with children who are living in a homeless shelter. Rock on! Read her story :http://www.miamiherald.com/2010/05/25/1647314/village-student-brings-joy-of.html
Artwork by Artists without homes. “creativity is not just what he puts on the canvas but what he puts in his heart to make it through another day” -Mark Horvath aka @HardlyNormal Lamp Art Project on 7th street in Los Angeles’s Skid Row Floaters in Arizona Drawbridge for Children in San Francisco Hearts of Fire – OijaContinue reading “Art by and for Homeless”
This article made me cry. Just for @hardlynormal I want to share this quote “‘It’s curious everybody asks us to do Bible study, but no Bible doings. If they invite us to a doing, I’m going. But I ain’t going to no more Bible studies. They’d be better off if they spent more time doing thanContinue reading “Texas art dealer & homeless man”
In the UK and the US, sculptures of people without housing are being placed on sidewalks as installations and art. http://museumofperipheralart.blogspot.com/2010/03/homeless-art.html “I put him outside, right in front of my house. I live in a fancy town, but on the least attractive street; a busy street heading into the center, where if there were aContinue reading “Is a Homeless Man art?”