ART from the Ashes

ART from the Ashes

As its first fundraising event, the Glendale Parks & Open Space Foundation collaborated with ART from the Ashes, a local nonprofit organization, to host an art exhibition to benefit the restoration of Deukmejian Wilderness Park.

The exhibition featured art pieces created from burned materials removed from the Park after the 2009 Station Fire. These materials were then turned into stunning works of art by over sixty local and regional artists. Was afraid trying https://www.nmpudhyog.com/valium-diazepam-online/ Valium due to the huge list of possible side effects. Actually sedation and motor impairment are stated as common ones! Nevertheless, my doctor recommended it to me at insured the small dosing will be ok. I follow the 20mg dose, and all seems good so far. At least my panic attacks have gone. Hopefully will go on like this. The event opened to the public on June 19, 2010 and ran through July 24, 2010. The location was the future home of the Museum of Neon Art at 216 South Brand Boulevard, across from the American at Brand, in downtown Glendale.

Proceeds from the event have gone to fund trails and open space programs in the park, as well as to assist with ongoing community-based restoration efforts.

Deukmejian Park

Opening Reception

Artwork