I would like to invite anyone that would like to help spread the word. If you have a blog or site, please download the images off my "gallery" and post them on yours with the web/blog address. I know that is will be huge help in spreading the word.
Many of you have asked when and where, you will be able to buy these photos? go to the link below or Click on the image of Christ to the bottom right of this message. www.capturedmiracles.org is the official website
Tuesday, September 16, 2008
Prints now available
Titled: Feast On My Words (to help homeless teens) Click on the link on the right hand this site to link to the purchasing site of Captured Miracle's prints.
Our Mission Captured Miracles’ inspirational photographic collections have been designed specifically to help children of all ages, backgrounds and circumstances. Whether situations are positive or negative, it is our mission to touch the hearts of children, their families and the people who surround and influence them. We want children to know they are a child of God. He is aware of them; he loves and knows each individually. Our Objective Our objective is to use the talents God gave us, and to give back to Him by touching and changing the hearts of children. Helping children to know they are loved and important, and at the same time creating financial assistance that is deeply needed for their care.
Helen Thomas Robson lives in Mesa, Arizona, with her husband and two children. She has been creating art as long as she can remember. Her strengths are not limited to photography; but, include drawing, sculpting and graphic design. At 19 Helen illustrated and published a children’s book called, “What Do They Do All Day In Heaven?” It is an endearing book that helps children through the healing process after loosing a loved one. Combining efforts with S.I.D.S. Alliance Foundation out of Washington DC, she and the author, Staci Crowton Thomas, had great success raising funds for the foundation. A few years later Helen’s love for photography grew and she started a 13 year long career, in portrait, fashion and commercial photography. Two years ago, after becoming a mother, she felt the strong desire to use her art to help children again. She has changed her focus from commercial to fine art photography. Helen utilizes the knowledge she gained in the fashion and commercial industries, her digital skills in graphic design and photography, along with her drawing and painting sensitivity to create amazing images. Last fall she started creating “Captured Miracles,” a collection of 30 fine art photos that depict Christ interacting with modern day children, in a variety of real life situations. This holiday season she will be show casing her work in art exhibits across the nation, selling the prints and donating the proceeds to children’s foundations. She created this collection to share her testimony with children around the world, of God’s unconditional love for each and every one of them. She is using these prints to take personal action in making a difference in the lives of God’s children everywhere.