Art for “A Million Steps”
2020, mixed media on canvas, 18 inches x 18 inches
Market Price: S$400
Min. Donation Amount: S$1,000
Breakthrough expresses the emergence from negativities. It captures the exuberance we feel when we make new headway and enter new dimensions.
We cheer for every inmate who has experienced a breakthrough in their lives, especially those who have fought addiction and emerged victorious. They have since entered a new life with their loved ones. Express positivity and say YES to life with this bold and inspiring piece.
About the Fundraiser
Local artist Gloria Keh has kindly donated 3 paintings to Lakeside Family Services (Lakeside) to raise funds for A Million Steps, benefiting (ex-)inmates and their families. These paintings will be available as part of this fundraiser from now until 1 Nov 2020.
Minimum donation amounts are stated above. 250% tax deduction will be offered on the difference between the final donation amount and the market price. This fundraiser will be conducted on a first-come-first-served basis with the following process:
1. Interested donors should email firstname.lastname@example.org to indicate (i) The painting they are interested in, and (ii) The proposed donation sum, i.e. the amount the donor offers for the painting, meeting at least the minimum donation amount.
2. Lakeside will email the first interested donor who has completed step (1). After receiving confirmation from Lakeside, the donor should make payment within 3 days. Thereafter, the painting will be reserved for the donor, and we will follow up on delivery or collection.
3. Should the first interested donor be unable to make payment within 3 days, Lakeside will contact the second interested donor and repeat the process.
About the Artist
Gloria Keh, 68, is a Singaporean artist with an impressive body of work. She has won multiple awards and exhibited her art all over the world. Despite the success and recognition, Gloria’s generosity and great love of humanity has led her to sell her paintings only for charity. She calls her work “painted prayers”. Indeed, they are prayers answered for the disadvantaged who benefit when you buy her art. Find out more at https://gloriakeh.com/