SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – From ashes to art. A Navy veteran who lost her home in the town of Paradise in the Camp Fire wildfire found a beautiful way to deal with the tragedy: she took the remains of her hometown and brought them to life. transformed into art.
November 8 marks the third anniversary of the destruction of the campfire Brittney abeThe heavenly house. The Navy veteran grew up in Paradise and says the fire turned his life upside down: âIt’s not just your house. It was also my hometown. I grew up there.
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Once Abel returned to Heaven, she wanted to preserve whatever remains she could find of her home. She began to put everything together, from her collection of crystals that survived the fire to pieces of bark – and she turned them into beautiful works of art. Brittney starts off with a blank canvas, adds non-toxic resin and ink, and then the treasures she digs through what remains of Heaven.
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As more Californians lose their homes to wildfires every year, Brittney’s message is to find something that can help them, like her art has done for her. She said, “You must rise from the ashes, or you will be buried in it.”
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Brittney is currently exhibiting her works at Sacramento Arts Festival at the SAFE Credit Union Convention Center.