Gift of 2 Canvases by Allen & Miller

January 8, 2011

 

“Autumn Waltz,” Robert Allen, 3×4 ft acrylic on canvas, 2010

The formal Gala Opening Banquet for about 120 supporters was held Oct 16, 2010, at the new Manheim Township Public Library in Outlook Park just north of Lancaster, PA. At the end of the program, Robert Allen and Kevin Miller unveiled the two paintings and gave them to the library to start the institution’s permanent art collection. (See above and below.) The same evening it was announced that a very generous library benefactor couple had purchased six large canvases and donated them to the library to remain on permanent exhibit. Scroll down to see them:

  • “Woodland Spirits,” Kevin Miller, 4×4 ft acrylic on canvas, 2010
  • “Firebird Visits the Elders,” 2-artist painting by Robert Allen and Kevin Miller signed “Allen Miller,” 3×4 ft acrylic on canvas, 2010
  • “Return to Provence,” Kevin Miller, 4×4 ft oil on canvas, 2010
  • “San Clemente Summer,” Kevin Miller, 4×4 ft oil on canvas, 2010
  • “Autumn Reflection,” 40″ x 50″ oil on canvas, 2010
  • “The Old College Town,” Kevin Miller, 4×4 ft oil on canvas, 2010

“Autumn Light,” Kevin Miller, 3×4 ft oil on canvas, 2010

Robert Allen & Kevin Miller are now working hard to open a large new art gallery to show their art and benefit local, regional, and national charities and nonprofits. The Grand Opening of Allen Miller Arts at 117 E Chestnut (at Duke,) Lancaster, PA, is planned for April Fools’ Weekend, the 1st and 2nd. Allen and Miller readily admit to being total fools for art, and are painting like madmen to prepare for the event, which will be a fundraiser for the Manheim Township Public Library throughout the month of April.

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