World’s Largest Painting on Sustainability: Opportunity for Organizations to Attract Attention to Their Business and Environmental Message
PALO ALTO, Calif., April 18 (AScribe Newswire) — Artist Michael Killen announced he is ready to accept invitations from businesses, governments, museums, nonprofits and universities that want to exhibit or otherwise be associated with his new 24-foot painting “Sustainability.” Killen said,”Sustainability is now one of the most important developments that helps to create jobs and business opportunities for new products and services; and, it is our best solution for slowing the warming of the planet.” He added that organizations that exhibit the painting, sponsor exhibitions or otherwise associate themselves will this painting will attract attention to their environmental message, product or service.
Organizations, which include the Department of Defense, EPA, NASA, local governments, IBM, PG&E and SAP all have a stake in sustainability. They should contact Killen to discuss how they can turn the painting to their advantage.
The City of Palo Alto has already done this. Palo Alto Mayor Sid Espinosa said, “Michael Killen is an unique voice that we value. We were the first to host his Climate Change Art Exhibition, which was dedicated to the late Dr. Stephen Schneider. We are thrilled that Michael will make the ‘Sustainability’ painting available to us this year.”
Marianna Grossman, Executive Director, Sustainable Silicon Valley, whose members include thirty local governments, such as the City of San Jose, and corporations, such as Cisco, IBM, PG&G and SAP said, “I am pleased that an artist, especially one who lives in Silicon Valley, is applying his talent to help organizations reach new audiences.”
Interested parties should contact Michael Killen at 650-327-2312, or Michael@Killen.com. Additional information: http://Killen.com .
Michael Killen’s art hangs in offices and homes in eight countries. Besides painting he hosts a TV and Internet program that helps organizations such as the Carnegie Institution of Science, Packard Foundation, and Stanford University share their climate change and energy efficiency message. See Blip TV and YouTube. He continues to work on the documentary “Painting to Change the World.” He has written six books, published 200 papers on business opportunities, hosted over 400 issued-based TV programs and delivered many keynote speeches around the world. “Encounter the Great Classical Composer” is a book he compiled that is available on the Internet.