Attached is a link with a great video that talks about the Portraits of Hope…an organization that has created this project in Southern California. It is the largest public art projects in the United States. The panels that have been put on the lifeguard stations have been created by children: in schools, hospitals, and various after school programs throughout the greater Los Angeles area. Portraits of Hope fosters creative therapy for children in hospitals, with disabilities, as well as provide a vehicle for children in schools to learn team work, about social issues, and environmental issues. Over 6,00 children were involved in this project!
It’s been so fun to walk down the coastline and see the different designs we have from the Hermosa Beach Pier to the Manhattan Beach Pier…these are just a few:
The lifeguard said that if Jack gave Jenna a kiss….they could play on the ramp. I had to throw in a dollar…