The Newest SOTRU/Ropeadope T Is Here: Los Angeles!
By Brenton Crozier
Jim is a celebrated Los Angeles based artist and was able to capture the essence of the area with the type of work PATH (People Assisting the Homeless) do.
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Charity: PATH – People Assisting the Homeless
Since 1984 PATH has built a multi-denominational and community based organization with the mission of breaking the cycle of homelessness by empowering people with the tools for self-sufficiency.
From transitional housing and employment centers that help homeless job-seekers develop marketable skills and secure employment to street outreach teams and collaborative partnerships with area civic and philanthropic service providers, PATH is committed to providing “A Hand Up, Not a Hand Out.”
Artist: Jim Darling
Jim Darling grew up in the sprawling suburbs of Dallas, Texas. After high school he headed to Denver Colorado for art school. Currently residing in Los Angeles, Jim works as a fine artist and freelance creative. Darling’s gallery work ranges from intricate ink drawings to layered wood work with illustrative painted skins. Outside, Jim expands his tool set by including found objects and materials. His subject matter lives between play and real. Large issues are often looked at in simplistic terms and are then juxtaposed by intense detail. You can find out more about Jim and his work by visiting his website.