Various works by local artist Libby Cerullo. Libby's art is inspired by the trees in Elverson, PA, where she resides. Based on photographs taken in the winter and printed on fabric, these beautifully layered and stitched "Portraits of Women as Trees" explore identity and relationships. These miniatures are variations on several much larger (up to 60 inches tall) majestic pieces that have been juried into several exhibitions. Inquiries and discussion welcomed LCerullo108@yahoo.com Call the gallery at 610-458-0406 for hours and appointments.
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Designing 4 Hope is a local 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to helping critically ill children and their families by giving them dream bedroom makeovers. Our goal is to design and decorate their rooms providing them with a special place to rest, recover, heal and dream. Our hope is to help them forget about hospitals, treatments and needles for just a little while.
EVERYONE CAN HELP! There are several ways to help a child's dream room come to life... SPONSOR A ROOM You, your business or organization can sponsor a room providing the entire/partial expenses and volunteer needs. REFER A CHILD You can refer a child who has a life-threatening illness and would benefit from having a room makeover. MONETARY/MATERIAL DONATIONS You can make a monetary or material donation towards a child's room - such as building materials, furniture, decor or gift cards to stores that sell these items. VOLUNTEERING You can volunteer to help with the room makeovers to complete a variety of tasks. FUNDRAISING You can help with fundraising ideas, planning and events.
an organization dedicated to helping critically ill children by giving them dream bedroom makeovers. There are so many ways to support this tremendous effort! All donations are tax deductible - Contact us for more information or go to www.designing4hope.org