November 10, 2012
15 Ways The Arts And Culture Community Is Aiding Hurricane Sandy Relief -- Huffington Post
"The arts and culture communities have certainly proven their resiliency this week, as members near and far have extended help to Hurricane Sandy survivors still reeling from the storm's wrath. Visual artists and indie musicians alike have organized art auctions, online sales, and benefit shows in the immediate days following the disaster, donating proceeds to The American Red Cross, Amnesty International, Occupy Sandy and other hurricane-related aid efforts.
The events this week are still inspiring, with many art sales and shows contributing 100% of their profits to continued support. So, dear readers, we've put together an A&C Guide to Sandy Relief -- a roundup of the New York art and culture community's amazing post-disaster efforts."
Ransom & Mitchell, who exhibit with Varnish, participated by donating a photo portrait:
"The Last Good Man" by Ransom & Mitchell
WHAT: Sale of "The Last Good Man" by Ransom & Mitchell
WHERE: Ransom & Mitchell
Details: This photo portrait of artist Scott Musgrove pays tribute to his paintings of mythical, extinct beasts by placing him as a character in his own narrative. It was created many months before Hurricane Sandy to express our concern for the planet's fragility and our belief that the human species can face our climate challenges with intelligence and dignity. All profits from the sale of this print will be donated to the American Red Cross.
Photograph by Ransom & Mitchell, ©2012
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