Art print posters of original paintings created by artisans of the Reaksmei livelihood network. Proceeds support their outreaches bringing hope into the communities of and around Phnom Penh.
Reaksmei (“enlighten” in Khmer) of Cambodia is a network of artisans making, and training others to make, handicrafts. Wives of pastors and church planters in Cambodia began creating the skirts and purses, and that group has grown by way of sewing classes taught to the neighborhood women. Artisans trained in watercolors are able to pursue educational opportunities that would never have been afforded them without Reaksmei.