Orange County Together, painting by artist Amanda Lee Harris-Gibbs
Amanda Lee Harris-Gibbs is a talented, multimedia artist, born and raised in Orange County, who created an original work of art LIVE during the OC Human Relations 30th anniversary virtual campaign event —ultimately capturing the spirit of “now and always.”
"Orange County Together" portrays several hands with different skin tones coming together to hold a vibrant orange that signifies Orange County. Among the flowers surrounding the orange is the black-eyed Susan, which is known to symbolize justice, empowerment and positive change.
The canvas is 3 ft. wide by 4 ft tall. Valued at $3,700.
You can bid on this one-of-a-kind painting by clicking on the link to the right. Your purchase of this item supports OC Human Relations' vision for fostering open dialogue, acceptance and love in our community. The auction will close on Wednesday, June 2 at 7pm. Thank you!
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Yet day by day, act by act, we’re building a future where all can thrive without limits or judgements, and contribute to a healthy, equitable community.
The ripple effect of this work is a new generation of mindful leaders who are leading through the lens of antiracism, diversity, acceptance and unity. It’s building safer, more inclusive schools, neighborhoods and businesses. OC Human Relations is uniquely equipped to work through the challenges of the present to create a better future for us all.
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