Bottles and a Branch
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Or a piece of a branch...regardless, this photo is one of my top favorite photographs taken at the Lincoln Nebraska Arts and Humanities Spring Art and Fashion Show as well as benefit for the Somaly Mam Foundation. www.somaly.org on Friday May 7 2010. This deftly places piece of branch placed on the multi colored, painted and illuminated glass bottles is a textbook example of contrasting colors as well as artistic expression. I applaud the entire student body at the Arts and Humanities program in Lincoln Nebraska as well as the teaching staff and coordinator Mr. Nick Salestrom (The Art Teacher) for their job at putting on this event for The Solamy Mam Foundation, a non-profit public charity committed to ending modern day slavery around the world. To read more on this foundation, please refer back to an earlier post entitled Bottles and Branches 1, or go to www.somaly.org for more information. I strongly urge you to look up this site and support it and others that battle crimes against humanity and support the victims of countless manners of heinous crimes against the innocent.
Also by Steven Schutz
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