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TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -
local woman is hitting the canvas for a good cause.
Russell is a speed painter. She can turn a plain canvas into art in about 45
seconds. She wants to do that 13,000 times – one for each house lost in Moore,
OK to tornadoes.
morning, Russell saw on the news that a gallon of water is costing people in
Moore about $40 right now.
that we can all get up and go to our kitchens and get a glass of," she said.
she got the idea.
figured I can do 13,000 paintings for a donation of one gallon of water per
painting, and send Oklahoma 13,000 gallons of water."
says she knows what it's like to lose everything. On the verge of homelessness
in 2007 after losing her job, she picked up a paintbrush for the first time.
She hasn't looked back since. Now she wants to use her gift to help others.
really want them to know that people care," she said. "I know it feels like the
world has come to an end, I felt like my world did come to an end, but it's
going to be okay."
says she'll store the water in her house if she has to. Painting 13,000 works
of art is no small task, but she says she's more than willing.
is hoping, though, to get some help on canvas donations and a place to store
the water. To donate, visit her website
here, or email info@KlaireRussell.com.