I have just finished creating my donation for The “100” Fundraiser to Fight Cancer!   My inspiration was a photo I took at the Huntington Gardens in Pasadena, California.  I am calling it  Lily Pond.    I painted it with water soluble crayons on canvas.  It is machine stitched and It is  13 w X 11  h.

Lily Pond, 2015

Lily Pond, 2015

I am honored to be an invited artist for “The 100” to be held on Wednesday, February 4, 2015. The goal for this Fiber Fundraiser for the American Cancer Society is to raise $10,000 in one day.

Lily Pond, detail

Lily Pond, detail

How? All the details are here: http://www.virginiaspiegel.com/FFACThe100Fundraiser.html

I’m sure you will want to be one of the very exclusive 100 patrons who will be randomly assigned artwork from an extraordinary line-up of international fiber artists when they donate $100.

Fiberart For A Cause has already raised $240,000 through the generosity of fiber artists and patrons in recent years.  Many thanks to Virginia Spiegel for asking me to participate.  

The 100 Fundraiser to Fight Cancer

The 100 Fundraiser to Fight Cancer

4 Responses to ““The 100” Fundraiser to Fight Cancer/Fiberart for a Cause–My Donation!”

    • sherrykleinman

      Thanks for asking me to participate Virginia…cancer touches us all, your fund raising efforts over the years inspire us all. THANK YOU!

  1. Cindy Cooksey

    It’s beautiful, Sherry! I think I might have been there on that visit to Huntington Gardens. The concept of this fundraiser is so exciting!


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