A Brush of Hope has been asked to provide an art program for a 5 day summer camp to accommodate 100 inner city children. We are thrilled to say yes and honored to be given the opportunity to reach so many children through the beauty of art.
Aimee Lucinda Lowrance lives in Ohio with her husband and four children. She is a former preschool teacher and has taught art at different summer camps for a number of years. In June 2012 she graduated from college with a degree in psychology. Her academic interests include women’s history and the impact women have had on society, art and humanities, human behavior and communication. Her personal interests are spending quality time with her family, outdoor activities, literature, running, acrylic painting and working with clay. A Brush of Hope was inspired by the daughter of a family friend who at age 10 suffered a serious back injury. Due to the nature of her injury and being confined to a back brace art became an everyday activity as well as a way of coping with her injury. She has made a full recovery and through her experience A Brush of Hope became an organization on July 22, 2013. .