This video documents the making of the World Peace Mural...grassroots community engaged art that resulted in a large scale mural dedicated to World Peace. Shout out to the A to Z Impact Fund, the Global Sisters Fund, Evelyne Pouget (who planted the seed), Jesse Ditkoff Pouget (who designed the logo), Connie Bickman (who did SO MUCH), Patreon and private supporters...without you this would not have happened! Here is a link to the George Takei re-edit of this video which has a half million views on FB!
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Kelli Bickman is a multi-media artist currently residing near Woodstock, NY. Her art has been seen in many publications, shown in many galleries and is held in private collections worldwide. She respects and honors all traditions and explores the world of spirit as the primary focus in her art. photo by Chris Hallman
The youth mural arts program is a grass roots community engaged art project founded and directed by Kelli Bickman. Project grants and partners include the A to Z Impact fund, the Global Sisters fund, Healthy Kids, ArtsWestchester, the Peekskill Rotary, Arts Alive, The Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art and more. Mural Projects›