Beauty Blooms in the Darkness by Jacqueline Harrigan

Beauty Blooms in the Darkness by Jacqueline Harrigan

Medium: colored pencils on dyed paper

[Image description by Repair the World PeerCorps teens: Centered on the page written in bold, black cursive writing is “beauty blooms in darkness.” The letters have highlights accenting them in different colors. The word “beauty” is accented with bright blue, orange, and pink. The word “blooms” contains green accents. The word “in” has one letter with red and one with yellow. The word “darkness” uses dark blue and purple. In the top left corner is an orange flower with five petals coming out of a stem that extends from the left side of the page. Further down is a green leaf with jagged edges that is sticking out halfway from the page border. Along the bottom of the page is a rock ground with a tiny crack in it close to the right side. Out of the crack has sprouted a little bit of grass. The mediums of the page are colored pencils on light brown paper.]

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