What is done in love, is done well.
The portrait “Bits and Pieces”, is the recipient of the Emerging Woman Artist award provided by Women Empowering Women, a nonprofit organization in Dickinson. The award is in the Youth Division of the Badlands Art Association show held in November.
Artist Molly Robb was inspired to create this piece to honor her younger sister Megan showing beauty can be found in all faces in all expressions. Sharing this experience with her younger sister gave Molly a perfect opportunity to remind Megan to appreciate herself and her beauty. Recognizing that women appreciate and deserve such reminders is important to the mission of Women Empowering Women as well.
Molly is a sophomore at South Heart High School. Her first experience with creative art was as a seventh grader. She has since worked with a variety of mediums but finds photography to be the one she enjoys most. Molly feels photography captures a moment in time that will forever be lost.
Kudos is a program of the local nonprofit organization Women Empowering Women. The program recognizes the good works women do. These are women who’ve lived quietly, joyfully or creatively to influence our lives. They are an inspiration and deserve to be recognized for their efforts and impact. Women Empowering Women is dedicated to the collaboration of women to meet needs and helping women become the best versions of themselves.