Artist Corrine Yonce paints because people are so beautifully diverse and nuanced; it is important to take to the time to pause, to put positive energy into this acknowledgement that beautify is inherent, unique, universal, and so we can be grateful for the individuals in our community.
These painted portraits are shared as part of the ongoing story sharing project, Voices of Home. Voices of Home combines the audio narratives and painted portraits of affordable housing residents in a work that demonstrates the importance of safe, healthy, affordable homes. For each painting, call the listed phone number to hear the corresponding interview. To hear more interviews, visit www.vtafforablehousing.org/voices This piece has been brought to you by Burlington City Arts, CVOEO’s Fair Housing Project, the US Department of Housing and Urban Development as part of the good work of the Vermont Affordable Housing project and Vermont Youth Tomorrow.