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  • Show Support for Project Semicolon, Amy Bleuel with a Caricature

    • 13th October 2015
    • Posted byHeather

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    WhataPortrait.com has announced that, in support of Amy Bleuel’s Project Semicolon, their team will be creating and displaying a caricature of Bleuel. The caricature will emphasize Bleuel and her semicolon tattoo.

    Bleuel’s name has become synonymous with strength. She is the face behind the Project Semicolon, an initiative that is a “faith-based non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope and love to those who are struggling with depression, suicide, addiction and self-injury.” With a mission of encouraging, loving, and inspiring, Bleuel’s initiative is rapidly growing and touching the lives of people everywhere.

    At the age of 18, Bleuel lost her father to suicide. Out of her struggles with depression, and a background of bullying, abuse, rape, and self-injury, Bleuel decided to take a stand. Perhaps unknowingly, she started a revolution.

    Project Semicolon has inspired countless others to don semicolon tattoos. People around the world are adopting Bleuel’s mantra that “the author is you and the sentence is your life”. According to Project Semicolon’s website, “A semicolon is used when an author could’ve chosen to end their sentence, but chose not to.”

    WhataPortrait.com is proud to show support for Bleuel and Project Semicolon. The faith-based movement is sweeping the world, inspiring people to lead their lives from a whole new perspective. To commemorate Bleuel’s life and work, WhataPortrait.com will be creating a brand new caricature in her honor.

    Caricature artwork is used to symbolize important people and events. WhataPortrait.com’s team creates caricatures from images that their customers send to them. Among the other services offered, WhataPortrait.com’s selection of handmade art include oil paintings, pastel portraits, charcoal sketches, and more. By offering customers a way to easily order fine, custom artwork, WhataPortrait.com offers heirloom-quality paintings and sketches to people everywhere.

    In this instance, however, WhataPortrait.com is taking a different stance. With its brand new caricature, the team hopes to inspire others to take heed of Project Semicolon. This new initiative is storming the world and leaving innumerable positive effects on the lives it touches. WhataPortrait.com is proud to stand in support of someone as inspirational as Bleuel.

    The new caricature will feature Bleuel and her famous semicolon tattoo.

    More information can be found at https://whataportrait.com/.

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