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Bucks County joins L.O.V.E. Is the Answer Day


Bucks County artists joined the third annual L.O.V.E. Is the Answer Day that saw people around the world simultaneously painting murals representing a message of inclusion and unity.
In Morrisville, Harry S. Truman High School senior Carolina Gonzalez-Espino created a design that included the efforts’ core principals – Learning about others; Opening our hearts to them; Volunteering to be part of the solution and Empowering others to do the same.
On Sept. 17, the artist joined local police officers, other students and Morrisville community members to paint the mural on the underpass of U.S. Route 1, at the corner of Moreau Street and South Delaware Avenue.

“What I like about art is that it’s an outlet for anyone’s use to interpret any opinions, or statements in a creative manner, molding and shaping these statements any way the artist pleases,” said Gonzalez-Espino, in a statement.
Her design showcases colorful dancing figures joined in a circle, connected by a ribbon going through their hearts. Messages of love and support are spaced across the art work.
“The mural is a beautiful, concrete example of police departments and communities coming together to find solutions,” said Bucks County Commissioner Chairwoman Diane Ellis-Marseglia.