Oct. 15, 2022 Live from the road


Reported by Rupasi Young

Peace Run and Colors of Peace were invited to participate in the Seattle Children's Festival, the first live children's festival since 2019. Izabela Gabrielson from North Beach was very excited to share with us many works of art from her amazing students.

North Beach Elementary School.

Thanks to Nayak, Daulot, Vidushi and Bill, we were able to be ready for the kids when the Festival opened.

Many young artists wanted to create art for peace.

Violetta and Savila created two thoughtful works, while speaking entirely in American Sign Language.

We met young artists from all around the world, who now live in the greater Seattle area.

Izabela was able to come see the Colors of Peace exhibit featuring her students work. Thank you Izabela for being such an inspiration!

Heidi from North Beach came to see her thoughtful and iconic work(pictured here), it was not to be found. Shortly after she left though, it was found and placed with the others. Excellent work, thank you Heidi for donating this to the Colors of Peace collection. The world is a better place because of people like you.

Aleena and Wren formed a new and fast friendship here at the Seattle Children's Festival...

with cookies and Colors of Peace art.

Thank you Anna for inviting us! It was great working with you again. And thank you Linda for your help during the day.

Here are just a few of the works from those given to the Colors of Peace collection by North Beach students. Thank you to each and every student who shared a vision of peace with us. Colors of Peace is extremely grateful for your beautiful and insightful work. Your efforts will inspire countless people in our world for years to come.

Torch carried by
Daulot Fountain (United States), Nayak Polissar (United States), Rupasi Young (United States), Vidushi Candaux (United States).  
Accompanied by  
Bill Young
Rupasi Young

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