of the Sun
needs to feel the warmth of the sun, to hear the music
of nature, and to grow with the opportunities as endless
as the sky"
Proceeds benefit the Arc of King County (ARC).
Created By Lori Peha Kezner, January 2004. 11" x 17"
open series color poster print, Greeting Card, Framed
Art, Bookmark and Note Pad.
original is created with tissue paper and then layered
over hand-made paper. The prints are high-quality photo
laser reproductions that allow the depth of the layered
effect to come out of the picture.
the Arc of King County(ARC)
Arc of King County's Mission: "Advocating the right
of children and adults with developmental disabilities
to live, learn, work, and play in the community -- improving
the quality of life for us all."
in 1936, the Arc of King County plays a leadership role
in promoting civil rights and self-sufficiency for people
with Down syndrome, autism, cerebral palsy, mental retardation,
and other similar conditions. The Arc works with adults
living in their own homes, families of newborns and
school-age children, senior parents, homeless people
with disabilities, school and health care professionals,
culturally diverse communities, immigrants and refugees.
Services include parent training, one-to-one problem
solving, information and referral phone line, life skills
training, future planning, support groups, public advocacy,
and an innovative web site with a comprehensive resource
guide on disabilities.