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1 Gallery Slideshow Sculpture BRYCS would like to express our deep appreciation to the dedicated teachers and service providers who suggested the wonderful artists and art works featured here. BRYCS is project of United States Conference of Catholic Bishops/Migration and Refugee Services (USCCB/MRS) Click to move to the next slide

2 Heart Candle Holder (Glazed Fired Clay) – Lizbeth Rodreguez - Mexico, age 10 Milagro Center My name is Lizbeth Rodreguez and I am ten years old. I was born in Mexico on June 10, I live with my mom, dad and my five year old sister. I’m in fifth grade at Orchard View Elementary School and my favorite subject is math. I like soccer and running is my favorite hobby. I also like to read the Bratz books. The thing I like about art is that I get to draw and my favorite thing about the Milagro Center is that I get to spend time with my friends.

3 Figure of a Woman (Plaster) – Luis Borroto - Cuba, age 16 Studio 2000 Luis Borroto is sixteen years old. Originally from Cuba, Luis and his family arrived in the United States on January 23, 2005 and resettled in Louisville, Kentucky, where they still live. Luis’ art is influenced by cubism, impressionism, realism, and the study of Ancient Greeks. His work is also influenced by his Uncle, who is a sculpture instructor in his country of origin. Luis enjoys any physical activities and also likes to spend time with people to make sure they feel comfortable. Since God is his number one priority, he also likes to attend church. Luis plans to attend college and major in business and art. His major dream is to become an internationally known artist/gallery owner. He is also interested in running an art studio so he can teach children. Luis made the featured artwork at Studio 2000 in the summer of 2007.

4 Orange Plate (High Fired Stoneware Clay with Over and Under Glazes) – Luis Borroto - Cuba, age 16 Studio 2000 Luis Borroto is sixteen years old. Originally from Cuba, Luis and his family arrived in the United States on January 23, 2005 and resettled in Louisville, Kentucky, where they still live. Luis’ art is influenced by cubism, impressionism, realism, and the study of Ancient Greeks. His work is also influenced by his Uncle, who is a sculpture instructor in his country of origin. Luis enjoys any physical activities and also likes to spend time with people to make sure they feel comfortable. Since God is his number one priority, he also likes to attend church. Luis plans to attend college and major in business and art. His major dream is to become an internationally known artist/gallery owner. He is also interested in running an art studio so he can teach children. Luis made the featured artwork at Studio 2000 in the summer of 2007.

5 Orange Plate (High Fired Stoneware Clay with Over and Under Glazes) – Luis Borroto - Cuba, age 16 Studio 2000 Luis Borroto is sixteen years old. Originally from Cuba, Luis and his family arrived in the United States on January 23, 2005 and resettled in Louisville, Kentucky, where they still live. Luis’ art is influenced by cubism, impressionism, realism, and the study of Ancient Greeks. His work is also influenced by his Uncle, who is a sculpture instructor in his country of origin. Luis enjoys any physical activities and also likes to spend time with people to make sure they feel comfortable. Since God is his number one priority, he also likes to attend church. Luis plans to attend college and major in business and art. His major dream is to become an internationally known artist/gallery owner. He is also interested in running an art studio so he can teach children. Luis made the featured artwork at Studio 2000 in the summer of 2007.

6 Copyright restrictions USCCB has obtained written permission to publish the art work, biographical sketches and photographs of all the young artists featured in the BRYCS Youth Arts and Voices Web Page. Commercial use or publication of all or any item displayed is strictly prohibited without prior authorization from USCCB. Nothing contained herein shall be construed as conferring any license by USCCB to use any item displayed. Documents may be copied for personal use only on the condition that copyright and source indications are also copied, no modifications are made and the document is copied entirely. However, some documents, art work, and photos have been published on this site with the permission of the relevant copyright owners (who are not USCCB). All rights are reserved on these documents and permission to copy them must be requested from the copyright owners (the sources are indicated within these documents/photographs). USCCB takes no responsibility for the content of external Internet sites. Other websites that we link to are owned and operated by third parties and USCCB has no control over them. The fact that we include links to other websites does not mean that USCCB approves of or endorses any other third party website or the content of that website. We accept no liability for any statements, information, products or services that are published on or are accessible through any websites owned or operated by third parties.


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