Michael Killen to Display Paintings Inspired by Growth of Usage of Coal and Oil

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‘Liberty Fused to Coal and Oil’
Michael Killen to display two paintings inspired by growth of usage of coal and oil. (He believes markets for fossil fuel will continue to grow.)
Place: Jennings Pavilion, Holbrook- Palmer Park, Atherton, CA
Date: Friday, Sept 5, 2014
Time: 4:00-7:30PM
Art: ‘Liberty Fused to Coal and Oil’ and ‘No End of Coal and Oil’ In Sight’
Size: Both 4 x 6 feet.
Michael welcomes all. Follow me on https://twitter.com/KillenMichael.  I’m working the Collaborating on Climate Change & Energy project.

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