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Artists for World Peace Presents: “Peace Walls” at the SALOMONARTSGALLERY
September 28 @ 6:00 pm - September 30 @ 9:00 pm
An event every day that begins at 6:00pm, repeating until August 13, 2018
An event every 2 days that begins at 6:00pm, repeating until September 28, 2018
An event every 3 days that begins at 2:00pm, repeating until September 29, 2018
ARTISTS FOR WORLD PEACE PRESENTS: PEACE WALLS
at the SALOMON ARTS GALLERY
Artists for World Peace, a Connecticut-based nonprofit organization will be presenting a three-day show at the SALOMON ARTS GALLERY, 83 Leonard Street, 4th Floor, Tribeca, New York, NY, on Wednesday, September 26 (Tribeca Art and Culture Night), media preview 2 – 5 PM, show from 6 – 9 PM; Friday, September 28, from 6 – 9 PM; and Saturday, September 29, from 2 – 8 PM.
In September of 2017, through the vision of AFWP’s founder Wendy Black-Nasta, Artists for World Peace launched its 6X6 4 PEACE Project. Artists were invited to create a painting on a six-inch-by-six-inch canvas that they would then donate to AFWP. The response was overwhelming. In just three weeks AFWP received 1,500 canvases from artists throughout the United States. The 6×6 inch canvases are displayed side-by-side in what AFWP calls its “PEACE WALL,” a symbol of peace, unity, and hope. All proceeds from the sale of canvases will fund AFWP’S NATIVE EYES Project, which is providing free eye care to Native American communities.
(for details please visit: www.artistsforworldpeace.org)
In addition to the PEACE WALL, the work of artists Keith Braveheart, Dwayne Wilcox, Todd Bordeaux, Leif Nilsson, Pablo Llana, Wendy Black-Nasta, Claudia Paul, Kamar Thomas, and Regina Silvers will be featured, as well as live painting; portraits by Barnaby Ruhe and caricatures drawn live by cartoonist Bob Engelhart. Also featured will be live music.
Artists for World Peace promotes peace by feeding, housing, educating and providing healthcare to those in need, lifting communities to a place of hope. Through its global family of artists and activists, AFWP has become the recognized catalyst for peace and self-sufficiency by providing replicable, sustainable humanitarian projects—one community at a time.
Work from the show will be available in the month of September on: artsy.net/salomon-arts-gallery