Ing’s Peace project & LGBTQ Youth2012 & 2013 Part 3

Ing’s Peace project & LGBTQ Youth2012 & 2013 Part 3

 At Hetrick-Martin Institute, Newark, NJ

Comments on “What does Peace mean to you?”

And artworks, during fall and winter 2012 and 2013 Part 3

Organized by Gabriela C. Celeiro, Bilingual Counselor

I finally have time to work with the finished artwork on the Comments of “What does Peace mean to you?” from the LGBTQ youth.  This is the second group of the LGBTQ youth that was organized by Gabriela C. Celeiro, Bilingual Counselor of the Hetrick-Martin Institute.  Thanks to Ms. Gabriela C. Celeiro for introducing my Peace Project to the youth.  There is nice artwork and comments that I would like to share with the viewers.  I will post the current unfinished artwork, step by step as I clean each portion of the poster.

 I will also post part of my finished artwork from 2012 peace project done by the LGBTQ youth group.

Ing’s Peace project & LGBTQ Youth

Comments on “What does Peace mean to you?”

And artworks, during fall and winter 2013, Part 3

Ing’s Peace project & LGBTQ Youth

Comments on “What does Peace mean to you?”

And artworks, during fall and winter 2012, Part 3

 

 

Appreciate simple things around you

Minimize luxury life styles

 Be more concerned with conservation

  Be generous and kind

 Remove ill thought

  Broaden your knowledge

 Learn and do your best

  Understand things beyond yourself

If you are still dissatisfied

 Then sleep and after your rest

 Try again the next day

 Ing-On Vibulbhan-Watts, Saturday, February 9, 2013, 4:38 pm

 

 

I am glad to know Gabby.  I appreciate her help bringing my Peace Project to the LGBTQ youth.  I even more appreciate her enthusiastic helping to educate the youth.  It requires a special kind of person to undertake the work that she does. 

 

 

Ing’s Peace Project & LGBTQ Youth

Link to YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Seqjsap7LQc&feature=youtu.be

(7:42 minutes)  

 

Hi Ing,  

The video looks wonderful, thank you so much for doing that.  

Please see attached pictures of the peace poster in my 

counseling office, I had it framed and showed it at an art 

exhibit at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, for 

the department of child protection and permanency in New Jersey.  

Thanks,  

Gabby   

Gabriela C. Celeiro 

Bilingual Counselor, MSW 

Hetrick-Martin Institute-Newark 

Empowerment, Education, & Advocacy for LGBTQ Youth 

Phone 646-581-0720 begin_of_the_skype_highlighting 646-581-0720 FREE  end_of_the_skype_highlighting
Fax 212-674-8651
Gceleiro@hmi.org | www.hmi.org 

 

Hi Gabby,  

Thanks for the attachments.  I do love your composition about the LGBTQ youth.  Your writing helps the readers to understand the lives of this group of youths and how they can get themselves into bad situations and become homeless.  My love and my heart go out to these youths.  The help that you and your organization offer to these youngsters is to be complimented and should be recognized as a good example for others to follow.  

I am glad that you have the finished peace project artwork framed and exhibited.  

Please let me know if you would like to work on my peace project with the new classes and the new group of youngsters again.  

I hope you enjoy your summer.  Please stop by when you are near our shop.  

All the best,  

Ing  

PS. I hope you do not mind, I posted your responses to my email on my website. 

7.4.2013  

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