Inmates Present Artwork to KAIROS Prison Ministry Volunteers
On March 27, 2014, two original paintings created in the New Hampshire State Prison were hung simultaneously at the Concord prison and in Florida to recognize the many years of support KAIROS Prison Ministry International has provided to the state's offender population. The same framed painting by inmate Daniel Beauchesne depicts the KAIROS symbol next to the Old Man of the Mountain with its shadow calming the rough waters below. The artwork was hung at the prison's Chapel and at the KAIROS headquarters in DeBary, Florida.
Left image: The donated artwork
Right image: Presentation
(Front row L-R) Inmate Stephen Peront, Inmate Daniel Beauchesne (the artist), Beth Hunter, NH State Chair for KAIROS, and Nate Chapman, KAIROS Volunteer
(Back row L-R) Chris Young, NH KAIROS Advisory Council Chair, Tony Coriarty, Vice-Chair, NH KAIROS, and Department of Corrections Chaplain James Daly.