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.

About Michael Killen, TV Talkshow Host and Artist

Ask how I can help. Michael@killen.com. I interpret thoughts of our time such as carbon tax, climate change, ocean change, resilience of America, and sustainability on canvas. My work has been show by Microsoft, NASA and US Dept. of Commerce. And, I am host of the TV Internet talkshow The Killen Report where I help guests share their message. The shows airs on the Internet everywhere and several California TV stations make the show available in their marketplace. Killen.com. I am in Menlo Park, CA.
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