Fatherless Boy Art Installation

Fatherless Boy Art Installation

Shane Grammer was invited by Valley Springs Presbyterian Church located in Roseville California to share his experience going to Cambodia, using art to bring hope and joy to girls forced into human trafficking. Every two years Valley Springs hosts an international conference called L’Abri. Shane was also asked to create an installation in the L. Frank James Gallery located within the church. L’Abri is a French word that means shelter. The first L’Abri community was founded in Switzerland in 1955 by Dr. Francis Schaeffer and his wife, Edith. Dr. Schaeffer was a Christian theologian and philosopher who also authored a number of books on theology, philosophy, general culture and the arts.
http://www.labri.org/

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