Live Art Benefitting the Cooper Foundation Installed in the Triad1828 Centre in Camden, 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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Live Art Benefitting the Cooper Foundation Installed in the Triad1828 Centre in Camden, NJ

Live Art Benefitting the Cooper Foundation Installed in the Triad1828 Centre in Camden, NJ

William created this painting live for the Cooper Foundation’s Red Hot Gala on April 27, 2018. It is entitled Camden: Arise and Shine (acrylic on canvas – 36″ X 48″). That evening, Mr. and Mrs. Phil and Carole Norcross were the highest bidders for this finished live art painting raising significant funding for the incredible work of the Cooper Foundation.   This painting had been installed at the Parker McCay offices in Mt. Laurel, NJ.  We are honored as the painting is now installed (as of early July) at the entrance to the Parker McCay offices on the top floor (the 19th floor) of the Triad1828 Centre (the Camden Tower) in Camden, NJ. 

We are honored to partner with the incredible leadership of Susan Bass Levin and all of the Cooper Foundation team. For more information on their important work, please view: https://foundation.cooperhealth.org/page.aspx?pid=455  

Also, a special thank you to Phil and Carole Norcross, Carolyn Rutsky, and Linda Ruoff at Parker McCay.