Self-taught child advocacy artist, George E. Miller II, has devoted two decades of his life creating artwork that encourages unity and diversity. In hopes of changing the world, his positive images help us to learn tolerance of others that we may not understand.

His artwork addresses social issues like child abuse prevention, mental health, autism, literacy, and more. He says, “If a piece of my artwork encourages someone to share even one extra moment with a child that otherwise may have been overlooked than my artwork has served its purpose.”

Some of his art will be at the Fernandina Beach, Florida, library to inspire us all. Exhibit hours are Wednesday and Saturday, from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., or by special request, for the entire month of February 2019.