ThomasLift | Upcoming Live Art Experience – Borough of Glass Festival – July 21 – Glassboro, NJ
William is an established, nationally known artist who creates beautiful and inspirational commissioned, live, and studio works of art. His paintings have been exhibited and purchased from coast to coast. William brings more than twenty years of experience as an artist and a graphic designer to each painting. Thomas Lift is a socially conscious company creating inspired and beautiful art and design as a brand of love and justice. Our passion for creating commissioned, live, and studio art as well as design is to creatively engage and empower people for the purpose of bringing to light the cry of the oppressed while expressing hope and love through beautiful works of art.
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Upcoming Live Art Experience – Borough of Glass Festival – July 21 – Glassboro, NJ

Upcoming Live Art Experience – Borough of Glass Festival – July 21 – Glassboro, NJ

William is honored to paint live at the inaugural Borough of Glass Festival Art Walk and Night Marketon Saturday, July 21, located at the beautiful Town Square in Glassboro, NJ(1 High Street West). The festival is from 5pm-10pm and is a free event. William will begin painting at 6:30pm.

We are excited as William’s finished live painting that evening will be permanently installed in the Borough Hall.  
This art festival will be marked by a special dedication of a commissioned bronze statue standing at 10 feet tall and will showcase the area’s many art schools, highlighting Glassboro’s thriving arts & entertainment district, as well as recognizing talented contemporary and street artists with a focus on glassblowing. Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center, Salem Community College, Rowan University, and the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts will be in attendance.For more information on this great arts festival, please view:
We are thankful to the tremendous leadership team in Glassboro. Special thanks to Lavon Phillips, Director of Public Relations & Business Development for the City of Glassboro. Also, special thanks to Mayor John E. Wallace IIIand all of the City of Glassboro City Council.