ART AXIS REPORTING

First off, I would like to THANK everyone who came out and showed their support. ART AXIS was an Art Exhibition benefiting the Children’s Home Society of Florida. We did manage to raise a good amount of money that will go towards helping abused, abandoned and forgotten kids. These are the children, The Children’s Home Society of Florida protects, guides, and loves. It’s through the generosity of our caring that they are able to change children’s lives and transform our communities.

Art Axis had on display works from myself along with Phil Fung, Josafat Miranda and Newton Wallace. We each had our own style and that brought a diverse group of art lovers together in one place.

We had art, good music provided by Selecta FatMan, complimentary wine and hors d’oeuvre, friends and art lovers. To me that sounds like a very nice atmosphere. If you don’t believe me ask someone who attended. For those of you who did not make it to Art Axis you definitely missed out. Make sure you stay tuned for my next showing.

Once again thanks to all the artist who participated: Phil Fung, Josafat Miranda and Newton Wallace. Thanks to Miami Art Space, The Children’s Home Society of Florida, Pacific Time, Pizzavolante, Abro Gallery and my good friend Gian who helped me coordinate this event. A special thanks again to all who came out and especially those who donated. Thanks for making this event a success.

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