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artist exhibits | arts | causes | environment | painting

Painter Calvin Grimm: an exhibit

Abstract expressionist painter Calvin Grimm pours everything into his paintings—his emotions, his life experiences, and particularly his love and respect for nature. Though there are few recognizable forms in his paintings, it is not just abstract ideas he represents in oils. It can be something so specific as the image of oil-soaked wildlife trying to flee the aftermath of the Exxon Valdez and BP oil spills. Enjoy this short tour of three of his works.

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Calvin Grimm’s site
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NOLS
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the Clearwater
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the Woodstock Land Conservancy
Lamp Project news

Podcasts now on Stitcher, SoundCloud, and iTunes.

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You can now find our podcasts in three different places:

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Come Be A Part Of It 4 (video podcast)

We are extremely proud to share the final installment in our series of four promotional videos. We made these to highlight a few important causes—homelessness, in this one—and to tell the world what The Lamp Project is all about. An incredible all-volunteer effort made them possible. And we all hope you’ll like them, be inspired, and share. Thanks for watching.

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Chloe Flower performs “Revolution” (video podcast)

Watch pianist Chloe Flower perform her single, “Revolution.” With the help of legendary producer Babyface, Chloe has made a happy marriage of classical music and hip-hop. After you listen, learn more in our interview with Chloe, where she talks about her long-time support of the Somaly Mam Foundation and their struggle to end sexual slavery and human trafficking.

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Come Be A Part Of It 3 (video podcast)

You’re looking at the third in our series of four videos introducing our organization. We made these to highlight a few important causes—this time, homelessness—and to tell the world what The Lamp Project is all about. An incredible all-volunteer effort made them possible. We hope you’ll feel inspired to action, and we hope you’ll share with your friends.