Our Children, Our Hope: The Art of Dora Alis 2023 Wall Calendar
- 2023 Wall Calendar
- Features a mini view of the last four months of 2022 and full page views for each month of 2023.
- Measures 12x12 inches (closed) and 24x12 inches (open).
- Featuring public holidays and information on dates significant to the African American cultural experience.
- All calendars include a matching envelope perfect for the gift giving season. Staple binding.
Our new calendar series featuring the art of Dora Alis Mera Velasco explores the innocence of children and spirituality. Dora's latest body of work, titled Portraits of Innocence, served as the source material for the artwork displayed in this 2023 calendar. This collection consisted of over 100 images inspired by the children of Africa. Alis utilized a variety of techniques and mediums during the creation process. Enjoy the elegance, innocence, and diversity of the children highlighted in the calendar that are sure to touch the heart of all viewers.
Dora Alis is an Afro-Columbian from El Queremal, Columbia. She paints a highly detailed realistic style with acute attention to detail and masterful capture of personality using oils, acrylics, colored pencils, graphite, oil pastels, India ink, and chalk on canvas, or paper. Since 1996, Alis has painted professionally and has exhibited her artwork internationally, and worked as an art professor to help inspire and teach the next generation of artists.
This calendar measures 12x12 inches (closed) and 12x24 inches (open). Printed on high-quality paper with full-color pages throughout. Featuring public holiday and information on dates significant to the African American cultural experience.
Perfect for any home, office, or church. It also makes a great gift. Use it as a time management tool and Black History teaching tool. Ships in a matching envelope that makes this item a great gift idea or stocking stuffer for Christmas.
Enjoy this 2023 12-month wall calendar!
Dora AlisDora Alis Mera Velasco is a Colombian artist whose paintings have been exhibited nationally. Her expressive figurative works center around the exploration of spirituality and the innocence of children. Creating since childhood, she paints a highly detailed realistic style. Velasco's compositions are made using oils, acrylics, colored pencils, graphite, oil pastels, India ink, and chalk on canvas, or paper.
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