Heaven’s Heart – A Shared Thirst

From the “Corridor of Father General” series of artwork, here is “A Shared Thirst”.

The resources that we share with the animals around us, are an important part of what it means to be a human. Water is central to that as it is the lifeblood of every living creature on this planet. A river is a shared place where all animals gather together to drink. What are we doing to make sure the rivers will continue to be available for all who need them?


Artists: Arturo Araujo SJ, Henry Geary

Inkjet printing, silkscreen, woodblock, watercolor, and gold foiling, on ultra-smooth fine art paper.
Size: 42.5" x 70.8" (108cm x 180cm).

Based on a photo by Hadynyah showing two Indian women collecting water from the lake. Collecting and carrying water are women’s responsibilities in India. Rajasthani women often walk long distances through the desert to bring back jugs of water that they carry on their heads. Thar Desert, Rajasthan, India.
(©Hadynyah Stock photo ID:482991705)

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