My Art for Haiti

As I am catching up, after two days of being off-line due to high winds, I drop in on Martha Marshall’s blog and discover her Art For Haiti post. I must participate. Below are the three images that I will donate 100% of post-production profits until the end of February 2010 to AVAAZ Stand with Haiti. I’m providing my redbubble link for each image for full resolution and purchase of various products including cards, matted and framed prints and canvases.

View “Sandstone Shoreline” (a new image) in full resolution and purchase here.



View “Last of the Season” watercolor image in full resolution and purchase here. More about publishing of “Last Rose” in River Poets Quarterly Journal here.


View full of resolution of “Stand with Haiti” image and purchase here. More about the rose-hip and Stand with Haiti image here.

If you are on twitter, you can help by tweeting “RT @terrillwelch  My Art for Haiti http://bit.ly/77EG0b #art4haiti ” in your update.

In closing, I offer a special thank you to Martha Marshall and her outstanding An Artist’s Journal Blog for this inspiration.

Sprout Question: How has your creativity been useful in contributing to the greater good of others?

© 2010 Terrill Welch, All rights reserved.

Liberal usage granted with written permission. See “About” for details.

Purchase photography at http://www.redbubble.com/people/terrillwelch

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10 thoughts on “My Art for Haiti

  1. This is so cool. I am happy that you’re doing this. Also very happy that your power was restored after the high winds. You are a talented artist, indeed.

    • Thanks Kathy on all counts:) I’m still waiting for my first sale so I make a donation… Martha has had two last time I checked her blog. So great to be part of a community of creative people – and this includes you:)

  2. Sprout Question: How has your creativity been useful in contributing to the greater good of others?

    I write health and wellness articles for a number of magazines. My purpose is to be a positive, uplifting, constructive and healing influence in the lives of those I touch.

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