This is a benefit for breast cancer research! Keep-a-breast has joined forces with Brave Art.
Today is Friday the 13th 2007 and tonite there will be live cast painting and an auction for the finished pieces!!! It is at the Telus Conference Center in Whistler at 8pm! Live Music, Visual Stimulation, Live Art and good times!!! Come Check it out! I put the process of my work in photos below! Enjoy!!!

-Lisa

Keep A Breast’s Mission:
The Keep A Breast Foundation is a unique non-profit organization creating plaster forms of the female torso, customized by fine artists and auctioned to raise funding for breast cancer. Our mission is to produce art events that increase breast cancer awareness among young people and benefit breast cancer education, prevention and treatment programs in communities around the world.

About KAB:

Combining sculpture, philanthropy, and symbolic artistry, The Keep A Breast Foundation is a nonprofit breast cancer awareness organization unlike any other. Keep A Breast creates one-of-a-kind plaster forms of the female torso that are customized by fine artists and auctioned to raise consciousness and funding for breast cancer research and treatment. The casts are physical representations of a simple truth— while breast cancer attacks all women without prejudice, it is the powerful individual present in all women that will conquer it. Keep A Breast’s goal is to bring a fresh perspective to this important cause in a way that is relevant and inspiring to today’s youth.

This original approach to fundraising for breast cancer was founded by Shaney Jo Darden and Mona Mukherjea-Gehrig in 2000. Keep A Breast has produced events across the globe raising thousands of dollars on behalf of local, national and international organizations such as the Young Survival Coalition, Susan G. Koman Foundation, The Breast Cancer Fund, Asha-Killgallen Fund, Kapi’olani Breast Center, and Europadonna, to name a few.