The gallery would like to thank all the artists who participated in this exhibit either by contributing a paired piece or donating their own artwork. This event has been meaningful to our gallery for several reasons, none so important as to assist in the efforts to find a cure for this disease.


Mike Elsass

Pat McClelland

Gretchen Jacobs

Cedric M. Cox

Dave Crowell

Rusty Harden

Darren Haper

Beth Holyoke

Karen Fisher

Scott D.U. Gibbs

Ervin Gruia

Ann Kim

Kevin Harris

Julie Riley

Gary Hinsche

Bill Franz

Lori Daugherty

Denise Geier

Darden Bradshaw

Joel Whitaker

Cathy Sweny

Mikee Huber

Hannah Bright

Jennifer Roesch

Veronica Bernacki

Sydney Summers

Logan Rogers

Jayne Whitaker

Andrew Daily

Lori Park

Rodney Veal

Carol Oneal

Alisa H. Workman



I want to especially thank Gary Beeber for donating one of his beautiful photographs to our fundraiser.


 "Night Floral"                                 Framed 15" x 11.5"


Gary Beeber is an award-winning American photographer/filmmaker who has exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the United States and Europe.  His documentary films have screened at over 85 film festivals.  Solo (photography) exhibitions include two at Generous Miracles Gallery (NYC), two at the Griffin Museum of Photography, and upcoming exhibitions at PRAXIS Photo Arts Center, and the Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts.  Beeber’s work has also been included in juried exhibitions throughout the world. Among Fortune 500 companies who collect his work are Pfizer Pharmaceutical, Goldman Sachs and Chase Bank.


A special thank you to Lori Park for contributing to our fundraiser with her two pieces, "Home" and "My Bird".


Blue Radiance Figure

Lori Park is an award-winning international artist, exhibiting in Europe, the UK, USA and North Africa. Her work is in the collection of His Royal Highness King Mohammed VI and The Princess Lalla Meryem of Morocco, and in collections in the UK, Europe, Asia, Australia, and North America. Her studio is in Marrakech, the source of much of her inspiration.

Her large-scale bronze work has been shown at “Sotheby's "Beyond Limits"  the world-renowned exhibition of monumental sculpture held at Chatsworth House, one of Europe’s greatest country estates, and the ancestral home of the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire.

 Lori works in many materials: large-scale bronze, mixed-media, concrete sculptures; multi-story wire suspensions; large textural panels and found-object assemblages; floating spirals; printmaking and photography; collage; and cut up boat installations in landscape. She also incorporates scent, lighting and night luminescence in her works.