Marilyn Leuzler has chosen Miguel’s poem When I’m Homeless as the inspirational backbone to her piece for this year’s Inspired Art Show.

Leuzler’s work carries a large Japanese influence, a result of her ten year study in Japan. The Colorado native currently resides in Trinidad and often portrays the local environment in her work. Leuzler’s award winning pieces can be found throughout the US and in private and corporate galleries around the world.

“I find the Inspired Art project to be just that; Inspired Art, brought to life by the often haunting poems written by children. The goal of the project is wonderful and not only allows children to play soccer, but gives them a venue in which to express themselves through poetry. This is truly a most rewarding project, both for me as an artist who thrives on working with children, and for the children who take part.”
Marilyn Leuzler talking about the Inspired Art Project