Light in the Darkness – A Portrait of Geraldine
Dean Mark Hilario Enoza
Acrylic on Canvas with Mixed Media Elements
24 inches x 24 inches
Part of the series titled “Unnoticed L.O.V.E.: Honouring the Heroes Among Us”
Tax deductible: $XXXX*
Geraldine is a 31-year-old domestic helper hailing from the Philippines. She lost a beloved parent during her formative years. From that moment on, the heavy mantle of being her family’s primary pillar of support fell upon her fragile shoulders.
This early tribulation molded her into the remarkable soul she has grown to be. God has always been her unwavering beacon of light amidst life’s tempestuous sea. The symbolic crown adorning Geraldine’s portrait is crafted from sunflowers, an embodiment of her perpetual orientation towards the light.
In a world often marked by indifference and division, “Unnoticed L.O.V.E” calls us to embrace a higher purpose. It urges us to recognize the value in every person, to extend dignity and honor to migrant workers and to notice and appreciate their love and sacrifices.
Through these portraits, you become a part of a movement—a movement toward fairness, compassion, and unity. Your purchase is more than just art; it’s an affirmation of the dignity and worth of every individual. Join the movement. Make a difference.
Together, we can tell the migrant workers, “We see you. And we honor you.”
*ACMI is part of the Titular Roman Catholic Archbishop of Singapore. The ACMI Migrant Fund is an approved Institution of a Public Character (IPC). All qualifying donations made to the ACMI Migrant Fund will be eligible for 250% tax deduction