Earthpeace Monument | What is Earthpeace?
A contemporary Yule marble sculpture symbolizing the dove nestling a bronze globe inscribed with Peace in 50 languages recognizing generations of lives lived in service to promote peace in the US and around the world
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What is Earthpeace?

A contemporary Yule marble sculpture symbolizing the dove nestling a bronze globe inscribed with “Peace” in 50 languages.

Part of the Pilgrim Place Centennial Celebration

Constance and Don Waddell’s dream of a lasting symbol to represent efforts to bring about peace to the world is now becoming a reality. She asked if we might create a sculptural work of fine art incorporating this vision for the Centennial Celebration at Pilgrim Place located in Claremont, California.

Their dream led us to design and sculpt a maquette (working model) white marble dove of peace, the flame of the spirit of service.  Nestled in the marble form is a multi-colored globe cast in Peace Bronze on which “Peace” is inscribed in 50 languages represented at Pilgrim Place.
When Don studied the design, he suggested the title “Earthpeace”.  This public work of art will be produced and sculpted this year by the Earthpeace Partners and artists from Norton Arts. The sculpture will displayed at the entrance of the Pilgrim Place Campus in 2015.
The Pilgrim Place community inspired this work of art through their promotion of peace, love and understanding in the human experience. Through their loving lives of service they have rescued persons throughout the world, from poverty, injustice and illness.
While one monument could never truly represent the thousands upon thousands of humanitarian acts of service found at Pilgrim Place, we offer Earthpeace in praise of their service, as a symbol of compassionate care and of their united purpose to make a better world.
This Monument to Peace and those Pilgrims who have given their all for 100 years is a grand undertaking we have all embarked on- on faith.  There are many ways you can help- even ways no one has thought of yet.  Volunteer to be a Peace Partner and help us transform this dream into a marble and bronze symbol of PEACE.  Get in touch HERE and become a Peace Partner.