Storm Warriors International has aligned with amazing artists that focus on humanitarian themes. Below are photos and paintings that are available at certain donation levels. We will also be featuring them at Art fairs and festivals this summer. Proceeds from these pieces will go toward gifting other non-profits with media tools.
Photographer and Camden Hills graduate, Eliza Massey, traveled solo on her motorcycle to third world locations between 2012 and 2014, wherein she captured the heart and spirit of indigenous people to raise awareness and funding for Indian and African villages. Eliza’s striking photographs capture the heart and soul of men, women and children who, despite their need, radiate hope and beauty and love. Each of her images has a brief story that reflects the culture and humanity of the given moment.
“Reach for the Stars”
This portrait of a Samburu warrior was taken at a cultural event meant to bring together five local tribes that had been warring with each other. On this day, they find common ground through music, dance and demonstrations. The goal was to help bridge their cultural differences and bring new understanding and friendship.
A blind musician plays in the streets of Zocalo Square in Oaxaca, Mexico.
“Coming of Age”
In many parts of India the caste system is very alive and keeps many poor families from education, health care and moving up from their inherited positions in life. This young “untouchable” lives with her family of five in a tin and burlap house with no much hope of improvement.
“The Wishing Well”
Two girls play outside their wooden home on stilts. They fill up buckets of water from the well using a hand pump to feed their live stock. Photo taken in a small village outside Son La, Vietnam.
Multi media artist and Tenants Harbor native, Annie Bailey channels her maritime family history and childhood by the sea through her abstract paintings of the local fishing industry. Her impressionistic pieces provoke mysterious tones and energetic movement that comes alive on the canvas.
“Bringing In The Nets”
This piece looks like a normal topographical map, but if you look closer you’ll see text that says, “Human Nature”, “Friendship”, “Hope” and “Self-esteem”.
Artist, teacher and massage therapist, Lucy Goulet has contributed to this year’s People on the Move exhibit at the Camden Public Library and Jonathan Frost Gallery in Rockland with her tragic, yet hopeful illustrations of a refugee boat family displaced from their war-torn country.
“Families In Flight” in color
“Family In Flight” ink
“The Crossing: Father and Son”
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