Helping The Kids With My Art

I’ll be participating in the first charity art auction for Camp HOPE sponsored by Southern Country Houston this coming Friday, January 23, at 7:30 pm. The event takes place at the home of Mr. John Danielson III in the Montrose area. The home was built 1898 and promises to be a wonderful showcase for the artwork offered for auction.

The event chair is Blair Fullerton, from Southern Country Houston. He is putting on the final details for the event and welcoming last minute volunteers, donors, and sponsors.

Come bid on my Palmetto Sunset, a 16 inch by 20 inch acrylic west Texas vista of blue bonnets and palmettos in the setting sun. (see an image in the Events postings)

I was moved to participate after reading their caption: Children cannot choose…so…Southern Country Houston has chosen them. Camp HOPE is a summer camp for Texas children with HIV/AIDS, ages 7-15.

My participation is to honor those always near and dear to my heart who have lost their fight to acquired immune defficiency syndrome. I hope many of you participate and I look forward to seeing you at the event.

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About The Artist

Houston, Texas A classical artist and writer that delves in sustainability issues and natural health practices.
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