Reception Honoring Master Artist Harry Cohen-All Welcome

 

Date and Tim e

Saturday, Feb 4th

4-7pm (Day before Super Bowl)

Where

San Geronimo Community Visitor Center (SGVC)

6350 Sir Francis Drake Blvd, San Geronimo CA 94963

415 488-8888.

Artists Showing

Harry Cohen-painting

Michael Killen-painting

Jo Killen-ceramic sculpture

Skip Henderson-painting

Beth Pewter-painting

Leonard Breger-painting

Brian Carter-painting

Peter Strindberg-painting and scupture

Richard Kamler-painting

Bruce Burtch-photography

Fred Holle-painting

Karen Worth-painting

Jack Kamesar-sculpture

Lars Johnson-painting

Interview w. Harry Cohen, Lars Johnson and Michael Killen, Talk show Host and Artist

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RQQ8aSqv3jg

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Reception Honoring CA Bay Area Grandmaster Artist Harry Cohen

Artists from San Francisco Bay Area hosting reception honoring artist Harry Cohen.  All are welcome. Paula Kirkeby,  Owner Smith Andersen Editions said, “Harry is one of my favor artists.  He went beyond Diebenkorn.”

Reception

Saturday, Feb 4, 2017.

4-7pm (Day before Super Bowl)

Where

San Geronimo Community Visitor Center (SGVC)

6350 Sir Francis Drake Blvd, San Geronimo CA 94963

415 488-8888.

Michael Killen, Host of “The Killen Report” TV Show Interviews Harry Cohen and Lars Johnson, Artist and organizer of the event. 

 

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Michael Killen art on display in Atherton

 

by Barbara Wood / Almanac

Michael Killen talks about his painting, “George Shultz’s Energy/Climate Recommendation to the New President,” in the Atherton council chambers on Nov. 9. Mr. Killens paintings will be on display in Atherton town offices and the library through January. (Photo by Bill Widmer.)

Works by artist Menlo Park artist Michael Killen, who says he uses his art to share messages on climate change, ocean change, energy and emissions, will be on display in Atherton’s town offices and the library through January.

About 45 people recently heard Mr. Killen talk in the Atherton council chambers about the inspirations for his paintings, including the 6-by 15-foot work, “George Shultz’s Energy/Climate Recommendation to the New President.”

The Nov. 9 event was sponsored by the town and the Atherton Arts Foundation, a nonprofit formed in 2009 to acquire and display public art and to sponsor art shows, classes and other educational events.

A You-Tube video of the Nov. 9 event is posted online.

Learn more about Mr. Killen and his art at his website.

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Michael Killen’s Political Art On Display In Another California Community

Atherton is  the latest California community to display Michael Killen’s  art that brings  attention to the need for solutions that reduce carbon emissions.  Half Moon Bay,  Los Altos, Menlo Park,  Mendocino, Palo Alto, Sacramento,  San Francisco, Santa Clara, and Stanford are other communities where his art has been show.

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The 6 x 15 foot ‘George Shultz’s Climate Energy Recommendation for Trump.’

Michael is an artist and host and producer of the TV Internet talk show ‘The Killen Report.

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Marin TV Joins MidPen Media Center Making ‘The Killen Report’ Available to SFBay Area Communities

Michael Killen, Talk Show Host and Artist said. “I am pleased Marin TV decided to share my show with people who live in Marin County, CA.” Sausalito and Mill Valley are two well known cities in that county.

 

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Carl Laur, Dir. (standing) at Marin TV PEG Station. Harry Cohn’s painting in background. Michael in blue and sitting.

The Community Media Center of Marin,  in San Rafael, CA; now makes Michael Killen’s show that especially appeal to community activists  to everyone who lives in the Oakland and San Francisco  bedroom community of Marin County, CA who has TV or Internet access.

The award winning Public Education (PEG) station Midpen Media Center, in Palo Alto; continues to make Michael’s show available to viewers in  Silicon Valley communities.

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Michael welcomes inquiries from other PEG stations that want to discuss presenting his show to viewers in their communities.   Michael@killen.com.

 

 

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Michael Killen Is Expanding the Reach of His TV and Internet Show

The Marin Community Media Center of San Rafael, California will now  make ‘The Killen Report’ available  to all persons who have a TV or computer in Marin County. MarinTV joins the Midpeninsula Community Media Center that makes Michael show available to users in select communities in both San Mateo and Santa Clara Counties.

Michael’s most recent show is California’s Plan for Electric Vehicles.

PEG stations that want access to The Killen Report should contact michael@killen.com.

 

 

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Join Atherton Arts Foundation, Town of Atherton, & Michael Killen: Art Exhibition, Presentation, and Wine & Hors d’oeuvres Wed. Nov. 9, 4:30-6PM

YOU ARE INVITED! 'Beginning After the End' (6 x 5 feet)

Anthropocene 

Please join the Atherton Arts Foundation, Town of Atherton, and Michael Killen:

Art Exhibition, Presentation, and Wine & Hors d’oeuvres

Date: Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Time:  4:30 – 6:00pm

(5:15 to 6:00pm presentation & discussion by Michael)

Michael will share his concepts and inspirations for the painting, George Shultz’s Energy/Climate Recommendation to the New President (6 x 15ft).

Place: Atherton Town Hall, 91 Ashfield Road Atherton, CA 94027

Please R.S.V.P. to Judi Herren at jherren@ci.atherton.ca.us or 650‐752‐0585

For information on the artist visit https://killen.com.

Michael Killen
Killen.com
Micheal@Killen.com
650-392-5988
Twitter: @KillenMichael
Youtube: Michael Killen http://www.youtube.com/c/ZeitgeistKillen

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