The exhibit which was installed Thursday, October 2nd, is designed to help bring awareness to the issue of poverty and inadequate housing for many throughout Gwinnett County and around the world.
Duluth area artists came out in numbers for the purpose of painting for a cause, including Duluth High School students and local downtown business Eye Candy Art Studio.
109 doors in total will be exhibited in locations throughout Gwinnett County, including Norcross, Sugar Hill, Lawrenceville and Suwanee beginning October 4 through November 1st.
Proceeds will go to Gwinnett Habitat for Humanity and Artworks! Gwinnett.