acrylic painting on Plexiglas
by Sofiya Inger
With bold, vibrant colors and simple design, this translucent work celebrates all that blooms, ripens, and unfolds by awesome force of Nature. In the long, cold winters of Russia, painting brought color to Sofiya’s life and gave it new meaning. She says her art led her “through adolescence, strict schooling, sleepless nights of motherhood, through the strains of marriage, deaths, and the feverish attempts to grow new roots in the strangely colored soil of a new country.”
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Truly sacrificial mercy can be transformative.
Creating an Opportunity Society
Look within, challenge assumptions, acknowledge prejudices.
ROSE MARY O’MALLEY
It’s all about effort, maintenance, and confidence.
Help One Another
Working together for the good of the greater whole.
DIANA J. ENSIGN
The Prosperity of Love
Providing value in a mutually beneficial exchange.
A way to bolster capacity for survival, prosperity, and aid.
The 12 Principles of Permaculture
A self-replicating set of disruptive memes.
Grow More Farmers
Will Allen teaches sustainability to the next generation.
THOMAS P. HEALY
MIRANDA MAUREEN MARSICO
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