Oil Landscape Show Benefits Fundraising Effort for Alzheimer's Association
3 Against Alzheimer's
June 23 to July 30, 2017
Gala Opening Reception
Friday, June 30, 2017
5 -8 pm
Speakers, Music and Food
$10 Donation at the Door
The 3 artists, working under the name "Painted Memories", have joined the Alzheimer's Association's "Longest Day" June fundraiser, comprising some 160 teams across Northern California and Nevada.
An analysis by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) showed that Alzheimer’s deaths have increased by 55 percent from 1999-2014, a disturbing progression of a disease that has no cure. The findings accentuate the critical need for actions that improve rates of early diagnosis, enhance support for caregivers, address growing racial disparities, and increase funding for research at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
Al Shamble says, "Mark Monsarrat, Sue MacInnes, and I will each have about 31 feet of well lit gallery space for our paintings. I plan on showing more than 20 of my studio and Plein Air paintings. Some have never before displayed, some are new and some are older. The cool thing is 20% of sales will go to benefit Alzheimer’s
Sponsored in part by the Coastal Arts League and businesses in the community, 20% of art sales and 100% of door donations will go to the Alzheimer's Association. Affecting an estimated 5.5 million sufferers, and 15 million caregivers in the U.S., the need is great. Join the cause!
Dr. Susan MacInnes, owner of the All Animal Mobile Veterinary Clinic, enjoys painting and riding her horses, when she isn't tending to both large and small animals on the Coastside.
Susan spent an afternoon painting the Half Moon Bay Feed and Fuel Company, across the street from the Coastal Arts League.
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The Coastal Arts League is a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization, founded in 1979, by local artists. Like any small non-profit, we exist because of our volunteers. We propose that by working together, we can all have more impact on the causes and issues we care about. Our objective is to build an on-going program that benefits our community, because it makes the Coastside a better place to live.