Carole Donates Work To Charity Event For Breast Cancer Research by Carole Feuerman

by Kelsey Zalimeni

Carole Feuerman has graciously donated her sculpture Miniature Serena II to The Breast Friends Party charity auction to help fund breast cancer research.  This event, hosted by The Compleat Sculptor, will look to raise money for the Mount Sinai Breast Health Resource Program through auctioning works by Carole and other top artists such as Tom Otterness, Penny Dell, and Aldo Chaparro.

Miniature Serena II   (2010) - painted resin with 24kt gold leaf - available for auction  HERE .

Miniature Serena II (2010) - painted resin with 24kt gold leaf - available for auction HERE.

As a female artist, this cause is especially near and dear to Carole's heart. It is her great honor to be part of this effort to raise awareness and funds for breast health.  

The Breast Friends Party takes place this Wednesday, October 15 at 6pm at 90 Vandam Street, New York NY.  Purchase your tickets now on the event site

Feuerman for Lily Sarah Grace by Carole Feuerman

by Kelsey Zalimeni

Lily Sarah Grace is an organization founded in the cause of promoting art among youth.  Connecticut native Matthew Badger lost his three artistic, bright daughters Lily, Sarah, and Grace in a tragic fire on Christmas day in 2011.  In honor of his children's passion for the arts, Matthew started this amazing project which has since grown to reach over 160,000 children and raise over $1,000,000 in the name of encouraging and cultivating creativity. 

Carole Feuerman has joined the likes of Lena Dunham, Tina Fey, Johnny Knoxville, Lionel Richie, and Rufus Wainwright in contributing drawings to a fundraising campaign for the Lily Sarah Grace book entitled 'You Can't Memorize This.'

Philanthropy is a massive part of Carole's priorities, and she was honored and excited to add to the group effort.  Click this link to view the video teaser for the forthcoming book.

Be sure to visit the Lily Sarah Grace website to learn more about the organization and to get involved yourself. Every bit helps! 

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