Art Benefactor Donates Painting to Raise Funds for Shoreline Arts Alliance’s Future Voices Program
Life on Hold, Earl Killeen
Shoreline Arts Alliance hosted Future Voices, the brainchild of Clinton artist, Earl Grenville Killeen, in December. The program, a visual, performing and literary arts exhibition for artists, performers and creatives of all ages was extremely successful. The program featured works in creative writing, dance, film, music, poetry and visual art. The program encouraged artists of all ages to express themselves and their pandemic experiences.
Killeen has ensured that this valuable program will continue through a generous donation of his painting, Life on Hold, which was auctioned concurrently with the online exhibition. The painting was purchased by Dolores Reilly, and all of the proceeds donated to Shoreline Arts Alliance’s Future Voices program. Killeen’s endless support of Shoreline Arts Alliance and its programs helps ensure the support of arts programs and future artists.
Donations to help Shoreline Arts Alliance continue to provide arts programming like Future Voices can be made through the SAA website: shorelinearts.org.