In April 2004 I traveled to Vietnam to paint a mural in an orphanage. For the past four years I, through Amerasian Network (www.amerasiannetwork.org) , had been sponsoring a little girl in an orphanage in Quang Ngai, Vietnam.
to do more, I proposed painting a mural and was connected with the GoVap
district orphanage in Saigon. My 25yr. old daughter, Logan Page
Fordham, who was back-packing around the world, decided to meet me in
Saigon and together we painted five murals in hallways, baby rooms,
The first and largest mural, 17.5' x 5.5' which is painted on a wall between two newborn baby rooms full of beautiful babies waiting to be adopted, is entitled "Enough for Everyone". In it there are lots of brightly clad animal characters, all shapes, sizes and species, harmoniously moving along, either pouring tea or receiving ; everyone sharing.
smaller mural 3.5' x 3.5' also in this area, shows two lands,
connected by a golden bridge with sailboats floating above amongst the
clouds, carrying happy, hand-waving children off to new places and great