Peace Project

Submitted this photograph to a peace project. So much better than an icebucket on my head!

Gumbootspearlz Photography


It’s that time of year again when the Peace Project is on, in the Whole9 Community.

Above is one of my entries for this year.

The theme for The Peace Project’s 5th Annual Call for Artists is “Peace Starts Here,”This international juried art competition and exhibition connects peace-minded individuals everywhere in the pursuit of a better world that art can help create.

They invite us to join hands with us and share our vision of “where peace starts”.

The Peace Project has accomplished the support of many vital projects with the help of artists worldwide.

They waive the entry theme for artists outside of North America and those unable to use paypal.

You have until September to get your entry in.

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Published by June

Writer, photographer, lover of unity in diversity in thought and humanity - poet by nature, world citizen

2 thoughts on “Peace Project

  1. Dear June, submissions to The Peace Project’s 5th Annual Exhibit closed today, and I wish to thank you with all my heart for your incredibly beautiful vision of peace. I am so enthused by the magic of this piece — the ripple (effect) in the imagery, these words in particular… “tendrils of humanity/respond”, and for taking the time to post this message of peace to artists and creatives around the world. It is a dream to meet you in person and join hands with you in creative collaboration. Peace and all good blessings, michele x


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