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HOPEFUL SCULPTURES, PAINTINGS, AND BILLBOARDS SEND OPTIMISTIC MESSAGE ACROSS AMERICA

The Hopeful Project

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PORTLAND, MaineJan. 18, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Renowned artist Charlie Hewitt has installed a variety of artworks displaying the word “Hopeful” in different cities across the United StatesThe Hopeful Project began in 2019 as a public art project to inspire optimism and create compassion for Americans coping with pandemic fatigue and political polarization.

Hopeful spans from sculptural creations to digital billboards. The large signs in radiant colors range from 20-to-60 feet in size, weigh up to 600 pounds, and are installed in four Maine cities (PortlandLewistonBangor, and Brunswick) as well as in Greenwich, ConnecticutNew York CityJersey City, NJNewark, NJEaston, Maryland and in more than twenty-two private art collections. Hopeful can be seen on paintings, bumper stickers and pins worn on lapels and has caught attention across the state of Maine. Now, Hewitt is expanding to other states and to a digital campaign across the country.

 

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