The American Breast Cancer Foundation Partners with ‘Variations’ Art Show and Sale

11/17/16 By Daryl Lee

THE AMERICAN BREAST CANCER FOUNDATION PARTNERS WITH VARIATIONS ART SHOW AND SALE

Three female artists express unique styles in more than 40 pieces, proceeds to benefit ABCF

Columbia, MD -- The American Breast Cancer Foundation (ABCF) is proud to partner with “Variations,” an art show and sale comprised of more than 40 original paintings by three female artists.

Artists Nancy Gleason, Lee Harned and Frances Liburt are providing works for the Nov. 19 show in Orient, Long Island, New York.

The event will include a raffle and silent auction, with proceeds benefitting ABCF’s lifesaving programs and Poquatuck Hall.

“’Variations’ combines the talents of three women who have woven different styles into a fabric of colors and impressions,” commented Frances Liburt, the organizer of the show. “The lively images covey a sense of hope—and ABCF gives hope a reality every day.”

“Variations” will take place Saturday, Nov. 19 from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Poquatuck Hall.

About American Breast Cancer Foundation

The American Breast Cancer Foundation's (ABCF) mission is to provide financial assistance for breast cancer screenings and diagnostic tests for uninsured and underserved individuals, regardless of age or gender. This is achieved, in part, by the Breast Cancer Assistance Program (BCAP), the Community Partnership Program and the newly-designed Community Advocacy Program. It is the goal of each of these programs to reduce disparities in access to diagnosis and the treatment of breast cancer, particularly among the poor, the underserved, and the uninsured. These interventions may lead to modification of negative factors and improve the survival rate of clients served.