Project Leader: Callan Little '16

 

In the theme of "Building Communities," the new Enactus project Strokes of Hope put on an art showing in the George Waters Gallery for local artist, JoAnn Myers. 

 

JoAnn has survived two strokes and sells her work in an effort to raise money to train therapy dogs and continue her own personal therapy. 

 

This gallery showing raised more than $500 for JoAnn's cause and helped her to make other connections in the art community. Visit JoAnn's page at www.strokesofhope.com to check out the paintings she has for sale!

For more of JoAnn's work visit her website at www.strokesofhope.com

"Hope"

"Hope"

For more of JoAnn's work visit her website at www.strokesofhope.com

For more of JoAnn's work visit her website at www.strokesofhope.com

For more of JoAnn's work visit her website at www.strokesofhope.com

Flyer

Flyer

For more of JoAnn's work visit her website at www.strokesofhope.com

For more of JoAnn's work visit her website at www.strokesofhope.com

For more of JoAnn's work visit her website at www.strokesofhope.com

Dan and JoAnn

Dan and JoAnn

Project leader Meghan Brewster '14, artist JoAnn Myers, Callan Little '16, and Alex Rynkiewicz '16

For more of JoAnn's work visit her website at www.strokesofhope.com

For more of JoAnn's work visit her website at www.strokesofhope.com

For more of JoAnn's work visit her website at www.strokesofhope.com

For more of JoAnn's work visit her website at www.strokesofhope.com

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