Heather James Fine Art Unveils Photo Exhibit to Benefit Breast Cancer Foundation 'Save The Ta-tas' and AFTD, 10/25
An opening reception for 3 Women will take place on October 25, 2012 with a VIP art preview at 6:00 pm for donors of Save The Ta-tas Foundation and The Association for Frontotemporal Degeneration (AFTD). This is an opportunity to meet the three artists, Southern California-based photographers Cyndee Howard, Lisa Schulte and Tatiana Botton, and curator Chip Tom in person. The event opens to the public at 7:30pm. 3 Women will be open October 26-28, from 12pm-5pm.
Broadway Art Space is located at 929 Broadway, Santa Monica, Calif. (Valet parking provided). Ten to twenty percent of all proceeds will go to: Save The Ta-tas Foundation: www.savethetatas.org and AFTD: www.theaftd.org.
Tatiana Botton is a Santa Monica-based photographer whose wide range of work includes celebrity portraits, print advertising, and sweeping landscapes. Tatiana has won many competitions such as the International Photography Awards, Prix de la Photographie, Paris, Women In Photography International and the Spider Awards.
Originally from Los Angeles, Cyndee Howard works and lives in Santa BarbarA. Howard's color infused, glossy prints on aluminum are shot with high-end digital equipment and lenses, reflective materials, and the use of ambient light.
Lisa Schulte is a "Neon Sculptress." "Light, in one form or another, has been the only way I know how to express myself," explains Schulte. Her neon sculptures tell a story through light: light fills in the blanks, reveals the dimensions, and communicates feelings.
Located in Palm Desert, California, Heather James Fine Art represents a world class spectrum of art and genres, including Impressionist and Modern, Classical, Post-War and Contemporary, American and Latin American, Old Masters, Design, Contemporary and Photography.
Save The Ta-tas was created in 2008 and is committed to fighting breast cancer at every stage through education, prevention, research and community support for those struggling with the disease.
A not-for-profit organization, created in 2002, to advocate for more funding into the causes and treatments for frontotemporal degeneration (FTD), as well as to provide caregivers and patients information and support.
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