New York City’s borough of Brooklyn is known as the cultural capital of the world. And that is where Mother’s Love Art Gallery first landed when it made its debut here from South Korea. And because of it, Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams presented the Gallery with a Citation, recognizing its positive impact in the lives of others, not only in Brooklyn, but all over the world.
Whereas, Brooklyn is justifiably known as the cultural capital of the world for the richness of its cultural and artistic institutions and for making the arts accessible to all, it is therefore fitting that we recognize those individuals and organizations that play a tremendous role in the nourishment and expansion of the rich creative heritage of our borough; and
Whereas, all of Brooklyn proudly gathers here today with the World Mission Society Church of God to recognize and honor the Mother’s Love Art Gallery for the outstanding contributions it has made in the communities of our great borough and beyond; and
Whereas, on behalf of all Brooklynites, I salute Mother’s Love Art Gallery, a heartwarming gallery that displays the immeasurable love and devotional sacrifice of mothers throughout various forms of artwork and literary pieces; I applaud the Mother’s Love Art Gallery for serving as an artistic space in several cities in the U.S., South Korea, and throughout the world for thousands of people to reflect and reminisce on the unconditional love of their own mothers; I commend the World Mission Society Church of God for being the host organization for the Mother’s Love Art Gallery, allowing the Gallery to positively impact the lives of others in our great borough and beyond; and I thank everyone for all that they have done to touch and improve the lives of many, helping to move our communities forward as One Brooklyn;
Now, therefore, I, Eric L. Adams, President of the Borough of Brooklyn, do hereby confer this citation on
Mother’s Love Art Gallery
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the Borough of Brooklyn to be affixed on this 29th day of November, 2015.
Eric L. Adams
President of the Borough of Brooklyn