This steel sculpture of a peace sign by Portugie (John Phillips) will be auctioned off during the silent art auction at the 3rd Annual Green Party of Suffolk Fundraiser on 6/22/07 in Setauket, NY. The potluck fundraiser will feature “Blacklisted and the Banned” playing the political music of Sonny Meadows. More information about their new album I Never Thought I’d Miss Richard Nixon can be found on www.cdbaby.com More information about the fundraiser can be found at www.gpsuffolk.org Political donations are not tax deductible. Check the Art Auction hard page for regular updates.
This piece is made from rolled steel and is about 12 inches in diameter. John Phillips is a Babylon sculptor, musician, and public access producer.
We will be displaying other pieces for auction on the 16th. Represented will be: Amityville poet/painter Lois Walker; Amityville poet/painter Ron Thomson; East End farmer/puppeteer/naturalist Tom Stock; and Babylon documentarian/author Peter Josyph. We are still in the process of collecting more pieces for auction. We can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or 631-422-4702.
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