New England photographer Donald Verger has created a series of postcards featuring inspiring images he is sending to the tornado survivors in Joplin, Missouri.

"I invite other artists and individuals around the world to join in the Joplin Art Project by using their creative talents to help support the people of Joplin."

For more info visit Donald's Facebook page.

YouTube video Donald shot while barely escaping Joplin tornado.

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Read an interesting interview with Don about his work.

"When Don Verger first took up photography seriously, he asked me to review his early work. I studied it and told him he could be the next Ansel Adams.

That's a true story, and the intervening years have proven me right. This talented, award winning photographer is one of those once-in-a-lifetime artists whose work establishes their reputation for generations to come."

--Daniel Cheever
President Emeritus, Simmons College
Art collector

Read the article:
"Famous Photographer and Museum Founder Donald Verger Gives Back to Joplin After Surviving Tornado That Devastated City"
From the June 14, 2011 PR Newswire.

Read the article:
"Selling Art To Set People Free" Retitled... "Donald Verger- An Artist's Arresting Act Of Kindness"
From the March 5, 2009 edition of the Portland Press Herald.

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