Jacklyn Laflamme

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Chalk 4 Peace

Imagine a world where everyone would choose to live in Peace and Harmony!

Jacklyn Laflamme

Jacklyn Laflamme

Peace To The World

We all have the power to choose peace…

In this particular case it was such an honor to work with organizations that have the power to spread such an important message, to Choose Peace & Stop Violence. Teaching youth to stop bullying, to choose peace over violence helps to create safe and healthy neighborhoods, vibrant with opportunities for positive change.

Thank You to The African American Research Library, Chalk 4 Peace, The Urban League of Broward County and Anita Fraley from United Way of Broward County.


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Ready Set Paint… Paint The Park Project Renews The Face Of A Community

Paint The Park a community art day and resource fair was held on Saturday, September 14, 2013, to work towards the unification and beautification of a local community. The event took place at Oswald Park, 2220 NW 21st Ave, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311. Residents from the community and all of South Florida were invited to work with the artist to paint two murals and share in the creation of the art to renew the face of their community.

Jacklyn Laflamme Paint The Park Flyer Image

The community art day finally arrived, the weather was perfect and we had an amazing turnout. Everyone grabbed a brush and and got to work as the murals emerged, we were entertained by live music and resource fair. A great time was had by all that attended!

We all have the power to give back to our communities…

We can all make a difference, in this particular case it was inspiring to see how children, teens and adults take pride in their contribution,  a sense of ownership develops when residents participate in the process.

I would like to thank the City Of Fort Lauderdale and all the staff at Osswald Park for all their support, the Broward Cultural Division for helping with the grant process and an extra special Thank You to Melinda Pollard.

Related Posts:

Paint The Park – A Community Event! 06/28/2013

Read more about Paint The Park the final event.


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Funding for this project is provided in part by the Broward County Board of County Commissioners as recommended by the Broward Cultural Council.


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This project is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts.







Inside Out Project – Fort Lauderdale – The Mural

Congratulations to Kristina DaSilva for starting Inside Out Project – Fort Lauderdale an on going global art project that transform messages of personal identity into pieces of artistic work.  The project is a collaboration between French street artist JR, The TED prize and groups throughout the world who are looking to spark conversations and generate awareness through art. The Mural located in Fat Village Arts District looks amazing!

Inside Out Project

Thank You to Kristina DaSilva for starting Inside Out Project – Fort Lauderdale and to artist JR, Ted prize and all the groups throughout the world who are participating in this global event.

Follow other artists and stay involved with all Inside Out Fort Lauderdale events by following their social media channels:

Related Posts:

Revel On The Block – Inside Out Project- Fort Lauderdale 07/29/2013

Inside Out Project – Fort Lauderdale 5/15/2013


You’ve Got Mail… Royal Mail

Dani Lynn and I were so excited to receive a second thank you note for the gift of The Fairy Tale Project Trilogy that we sent to Prince George.

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We all have the power to be thankful and to thank others…

A nod, a phone call, a handwritten card, a warm sincere note to show gratitude can make someone’s day. The people you are thanking will feel fabulous about themselves and what they did to reach out to you.

Thank You to Dani Lynn who works tirelessly on the Fairy Tale Project.

Related Posts:

Women Children & Books At The Glass Gallery 11/24/2013

A Fairy Tale Gift For A Fairy Tale Prince 08/26/2013

Women Children & Books 07/21/2013

Young At Art – A Day At The Museum 04/08/2013

 Feeling Froggy 4/8/2013 


Women Children & Books At The Glass Gallery

The City of Pembroke Pines Glass Gallery located on the first floor of City Hall presented the show Women Children and Books. The opening reception on Tuesday, August 6, 2013 was a huge success. The show included  amazing works from artists; Tabitha Blaine, Barbara Hudson, Teresa Hazelton, Christina Keller, Mary Pullman, Evelyn FauvusRichin, Barbara Sala, Vanessa Vejar and Ana MariaPardo.

The Fairy Tale Project was also featured and the entire collection of paintings from the trilogy of books were on display.

Ben Menasche who curated the exhibition said “The evening was filled with art that speaks to the heart.”

We were so proud to be presenting and the audience was tickled when Ladle The Leapfrog hopped in to entertain the guests.

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Related Posts:

You’ve Got Mail…Royal Mail 11/24/2013

A Fairy Tale Gift For A Fairy Tale Prince 08/26/2013

Women Children & Books 07/21/2013

Young At Art – A Day At The Museum 04/08/2013

 Feeling Froggy 4/8/2013 

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An Artist Encounter

Everyone had a blast painting live at  “An Artists Encounter” with Around Town Arts & Culture at The Miami Design And Remodeling Show.

Thank You to Amy Sherit & Suzanne Okun from Around Town Arts & Culture Magazine.

Related Posts: “An Artist Encounter” With Around Town Arts & Culture 08/30/2013