Robyn Sand Anderson Limited Ed. Designer Silk Scarves

A collaboration with the Together in Hope Project

I first became aware of the Together in Hope Project a few years ago when I met founders Celia Ellingson and Gary Aamodt at a forum I led. In the forum I sought to open people’s eyes and ears to experience the power of visual art and music together. What Together in Hope has accomplished is a beautiful story in itself. Their mission is to change lives through music with a purpose to focus the transformative power of music on issues of our shared humanity. I am honored to announce that I am partnering with the Together In Hope Project to create this beautiful silk scarf using one of my abstract paintings. 

This 100% silk 36-inch square limited edition scarf was developed in connection with the Together In Hope Choir’s new attire for their 2022 concert at the annual Olavsfest in Trondheim, Norway. Norwegian composer Kim André Arnesen has created two choral pieces for Together in Hope. Arnesen’s first creation “Holy Spirit Mass” is an extraordinary work. (Click here to hear it. It starts at the 23:00 mark.) I find it incredibly beautiful and hope to paint it some day! I look forward to hearing the second piece by Arnesen named “The Stranger” which will premier in Trondheim, opening the 2022 Olavsfest.

A portion of the proceeds from the sale of these scarves will go to support the Together In Hope Project. Click here to order!

Together in Hope Choir with Habiliments

Published by Robyn Sand Anderson Art

I am an Abstract Expressionist acrylic painter. Abstract Expressionism is aimed at subjective emotional expression with a particular emphasis on the creative spontaneous act of painting. I love interpreting music with paint, specifically choral and orchestral music, but I am open to whatever moves me to see color, movement and texture. Beyond Color: Using Paint to Heal, Create & Grow is a painting tutorial series in abstract expressionism aimed specifically at beginners and non-artists who need a creative outlet to give themselves a lift, a way to express whatever they are feeling with color. Beyond Color: Art Blog posts are my brief reflections on the 12 x 12" painting created in each demo, which will also be for sale. To see my latest work, check out my Gallery page. Thanks for visiting Beyond Color!

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