Michael Killen will display paintings from his CA’s Climate Plan: Art and Media Project.
First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Francisco
Sunday, Oct 21 – Sunday, Nov. 26, 2018
Starr King Room
1187 Franklin Street (corner of Franklin and Geary)
San Francisco, California 94109
9 AM – 5PM)
“Impact of Climate Change On Our Culture” (4 x 6 FT.)
Michael plans to display 10 acrylic on canvas paintings including:
– “Beginning After the End”
– “Impact of Climate Change on Our Culture”
– “Gone With the Wind is the Electric Grid”
– “Sec. George Shultz’s Climate/Energy Plan for the GOP”
– “Safeguard California”
– “Resilience of America”
– “CA’s Climate Plan Goal #3 and Stanford’s Approach”.
County of Santa Clara, cities of Atherton, Menlo Park, and Palo Alto; Save the Bay, Stanford, Sustainable Silicon Valley and NASA, the US Dept. of Commerce and US Dept of Interior have displayed his work at their events. Access Sacramento TV/Radio and Stanford are showing his work on a permanent basis. For two years Governor Brown’s Office of Planning and Research has displayed his work.
Michael lives in Menlo Park, CA. He welcomes the opportunity to discuss his work on TV/radio and social media. He is also a talk show host who has interviewed over 600 guests on TV and radio. He tapes programs at the Media Center, Palo Alto; and CMCM Marin TV, San Rafael, CA.
James Sweeney, Head of the Silicon Valley Energy Summit (SVES) at Stanford said, “Michael Killen tilts at a windmill. He symbolically interprets the enormous challenges of our time.” (Stanford has booked his art for the SVES 2019. That will make it the 7th year in a row Stanford has featured his interpretations at that event.)
Cole Wilbur, Founding President of the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, said, “Michael’s work is important. It pulls you in, and you are changed.”
Best way to contact Michael Michael@Killen.com.