Silent Night was illustrated by Lanie Klein from Cheyenne Middle School for the 2020 Symbols of Hope Art Contest.
“’Christmas is forever, not just for one day. For loving, sharing, giving, are not to put away.’ – Norman Wesley Brooks
I painted this picture to show my love for Christmas. It is supposed to show a little tree in a forest with a big Christmas tree, but the tree is still festive because it is thriving and it won’t give up hope of becoming a big tree. It is also snowing because I love snow in the winter. This painting reminds me of thriving because the tree is the most festive and it wont give up. Just like even though it isn’t Christmas yet I won’t give up hope throughout the year.”
The purpose of Symbols of Hope is to promote a culture of peace, inclusion, and hope through creative projects that inspire people to think, discuss solutions, and take positive action. Thank you to Cresap Family Foundation for their generous funding that makes the Symbols of Hope contest possible.
- Bright white, matte finish
- 8 pieces per order
- Use as portrait or landscape card
- Envelopes included