Since 2007, I have participated in multiple charity events benefiting the Leukemia Lymphoma Society. I train for the events with a group called Team In Training (TNT). TNT is a program set up by the LLS where coaches and mentors help you train. In return, you are expected to fund-raise money for LLS and blood cancer research.
So far, I have been able to raise over $20,000 for LLS, which doesn’t include the funds raised by members of the OutDateCancer official fundraising team. I do this partly because it’s a great cause and because it’s a great way to get into/stay into shape. But my personal connection is through my father, who was killed by Leukemia and Lymphoma when I was young.
If at any time you would like to see what event I am currently working towards and fund-raising for, please click the link bellow.Visit my official donation page here
Most of my sculpture work has been for the benefit of my LLS fund-raising initiatives. A few years ago during a TNT season I made a series of Ripple sculptures and set them up at various places of business in San Antonio. All of them sold but one, which couldn’t be hosted for a very long time due to its size. This sculpture is the largest Ripple piece I have made and can easily dominate a room.
At 72 inches long and 44.75 inches tall, the measurements match the Golden Ratio. This was done out of fun as an extra layer of geekiness. The sculpture is the perfect size for a queen sized headboard.
What I love most about this ripple sculpture is that it is large enough to demand attention, but is still very soothing and comfortable to look at. If you are looking for a large, thought provoking piece – you’ve found it.
This sculpture was appraised by a San Antonio art gallery at $3,500. I am glad to give this sculpture away as a gift to any person or company willing to make a sizeable donation to the Leukemia Lymphoma Society through my personal donation link. This donation will be tax deductible. If you are interested, please contact me.
Shipping, of course, is extra.Please contact me