I was a co-founder of Living Art of Montana in 1993 and worked for the organization for twenty-three years. Living Art is a non-profit organization using the arts to support healing for people dealing with cancer, chronic illness and loss. The upcoming annual fundraiser, The Living Art Light Show, on May 19 https://www.livingartofmontana.org/ is one of the primary ways Living Art raises money to make their workshops available free of charge. I encourage you to support this valuable community resource which provides “a place to create, share and heal.”
My piece, “Mussel Shell Landscape I” (12″ x 36″), a fine art photograph printed on metal, will be in the auction at The Living Art Light Show. It is a close-up of a mussel shell taken at Point Reyes Beach in Marin County California. As I looked at the image more closely it reminded me of the aurora borealis and how sometimes the small parts of this world – such as a shell I could hold in my hand, can remind me of the vast universe. Here is the link for the art work inspired by the theme of light that will be auctioned: https://www.livingartofmontana.org/new-light-show-gallery
Early bird tickets until April 1 are $50 for individual tickets (will increase to $75) and a table of 8 for $400 (will increase to $560), so get your tickets now! I hope you can make it or even if you can’t please consider a donation. SHARE YOUR LIGHT ~ Below is a link for tickets.
The Living Art Light Show is moving to a new venue at The Wilma this year. It is a fun event. Hope to see you there.