2021 CHARITABLE PROJECT TO REDUCE LOCAL CHILDHOOD HUNGER
ART Feeding Families
SUNFLOWER FIELD EVENT RAISES MORE THAN $32,000 TO FEED LOCAL FAMILIES IN NEED
The Earl Farm in Howell was the venue for LAYERS, a plein air solo art exhibit that raised more than $32,000 to help put healthy protein on the tables of Livingston County families.
The sold-out community fundraiser, attended by 150 people on July 31, was a collaboration between The Earl Farm Foundation, and artist Susan Pominville, who founded ART Feeding Families to use her talents to help reduce local childhood hunger.
The 45 acres of sunflowers were a golden backdrop for LAYERS, Pominville’s 8’ by 4’ oil painting comprised of 100 individual canvases. The title comes from the painting’s many layers of color, one built upon the other. In designing the painting as a mosaic, the message was two-fold: “I wanted to convey the importance of us as unique individuals, and also recognize the bond and connection among us all.”
All proceeds from art sales, tickets, and additional donations go to benefit the nonprofit Earl Farm Foundation, whose sole purpose is to help families in need.
There are several ways to help. Tax-deductible donations may be made online at EARLFARM.COM.
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All prints use the highest quality archival quality materials. (greeting cards are not offered using archival materials)
Watercolor paper is a heavyweight, textured, archival fine art paper. The visual texture lends character and warmth. Acid free and long-lasting.
The canvas we use for giclée prints is a museum-quality archival canvas material for beautiful, rich color and texture, Printed with no gloss coating. Available as 1.5" Gallery Wrap, 0.75" Gallery Wrap, Rolled Canvas or Framed Canvas. Hanging system included.
Our metal option is printed directly onto aluminum with a brilliant white high gloss surface for unsurpassed detail and vibrance. This is our most popular surface. Hanging system included.
Acrylic Prints are beautiful and face-mounted to plexiglass with polished edges. Offered with ultra-modern chrome mounting options.
Our wood option is printed directly on 3/4” thick maple wood. This printing technique allows the maple wood grain to show through giving very fluid and natural characteristics. The lighter the colors, the more the wood grain will show through. Each print is unique because no two pieces of wood have the same grain pattern. Comes with an Aluminum Backing & Float Mount Hanging System or Wood Cleat Hanging System.