Painting Donation for Cherokee 40th reunion, by Steve Kuzma

November 01, 2018  •  Leave a Comment

space odyssey expanding universe acrylic 4'x6'space odyssey expanding universe acrylic 4'x6' I am honored to donate a large painting to Cherokee High School this month.It is a large 4'x 8' acrylic painted in the Cherokee art department in the new building in 1977.It was a new school with new friends and new beginnings.The painting has a sense of space movement, awakening and expanse.It was a time without cellphones and less complicated.The school was surrounded by peach farms. The school property was donated by a Quaker who received it from the Indians who lived there.The landscape had a sense of harmony and timeless nature.I am happy to donate this most special art to inspire others to see the work we have done and message we are communicating.Diane Spellman my dear classmate and exceptional fine artist has also donated her painting as part of this most happy and special gathering of friends at the 40th Cherokee reunion at the Medford country club!


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