Art by Architects for a World without ALS

Some of you may have heard about the ambitious fundraising efforts spearheaded by Durham architect Phil Freelon and his wife jazz singer Nneena Freelon in support of the Duke ALS Clinic. In honor of Phil, the Fellows of the NC AIA recently organized a silent art auction called, “Art by Architects for a World without ALS.” Georgia was proud to serve on the organizing committee and Georgia, Brian, and Jocelyn all donated work to the auction. The event raised over $11,000 for the cause. For more information on the Freelon’s campaign…

For more information about the work being done at Duke, please watch the following video.

Painting by Jocelyn Barahona

Painting by Georgia Bizios

Tree paintings by Brian Grant




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-Gaston Bachelard, Philosopher