Survivors Art Foundation

"Wings of Love" Outreach Program

"Wings of Love" was created under the direction of artist, art therapist, Outreach Coordinator of SAF, Marietta Dantonio-Fryer. The powerful, 8-foot mural "Wings of Love" was created by women at Baylor Correctional Center. These women are all living with AIDS. It is an inspirational painting about their trials, their pain of their past, and their hope for the future. There are blue images of women standing back to back in the painting which are the participants. They depict the idea that if women can stand together, they will stand tall and be the hope for our children in the future. The background is done in a crackling technique to show that drugs and abuse causes fracturing of the family and the self. There are symbols of life, courage, accountability, responsibility, and love flowing freely to their children. The center is a symbol of birth, and the fire within their hearts going outwards towards the children of the world. "Within these walls a spirit blooms." It is a passionate portrayal of women joined in a common cause. To heal the wounds within and to protect the children. Marietta says: "I salute you: Andrea, Anita, Headie, Lori, Tammy, Yvette, Tanya, and Tysheik." This project was a collaborative effort of Survivors Art Foundation, Delaware Center for Justice, and Baylor Correctional Center.

Wings of Love Outreach Project

Wings of Love Outreach Project

Wings of Love Outreach Project

Wings of Love Outreach Project

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