Baldwin High School Art Students Gift Orphans in Pakistan with Personal Portrait
Select Drawing and Painting Students Participate in the Memory Project
For the past 15 years, select drawing and painting students at Baldwin High School have participated in the Memory Project, a nonprofit foundation established in 2004 in which art students create portraits as special gifts for children facing substantial challenges around the world. Led by art teacher, Michelle Liemer-Kelly, Baldwin students have donated artwork to more than 300 orphans since the high school became involved. This year, students Ciana Gibson, Darcie Raymond, Elina Press, Grace Houser, Grace Maldonaldo, Isabella Kling, Jazmyn Gonzales, Lindsey Hurley, Lydia Sandoval, Matthew Melendez, Reagan Schneider, Regina Guiterrez, Shadane Johnson, Stella Francois, Thomas Chavis, and Yvonne Salerno gave portraits to children in Pakistan.