The Gallery

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Raised by 10 people in 28 months
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Hi everyone!

Last summer HEALTHY RHYTHM outgrew its space in Fairfield, Texas and made a bold move to relocate to beautiful Montrose, Colorado.


As with any bold venture, there are oftentimes financial bumps along the way.  While my puppy, Butters, and I have made it through the first 16 months, the last 9+ months with support from a few Special People, I'm now reaching out for help to my other friends, as well as the larger community, to make sure the Gallery doors remain open.  Any donation, large or small, is greatly appreciated!  However, before you donate let me tell you a little about HEALTHY RHYTHM.

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HEALTHY RHYTHM is about Art and Music.  The Gallery and Live Performance Venue opened its doors in Texas in November 2010, driven by my love for Art, Music, and Bringing People Together, along with moral support from my friend, and concert photographer, Jimmy Lang. The goal was simple; to design a Special Place where people of all ages could openly experience Art and Music.  I wanted to provide people of all ages an opportunity to feel comfortable to Create, Exhibit, Perform, and Promote their unique form of Art or Music.  

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Extremely talented artists and musicians have passed through the doors of HEALTHY RHYTHM since it first opened.  Some embrace the past, such as artist Wayne Vee and pianist Don Willard, a few create special moments, like Grammy backing saxophonist Ezra Brown, and a few younger folks are helping us redefine a new history of Art and Music, such as 17 year-old artist Hannah Anderson and Healthy Rhythm Music Services' 14-year-old emerging Indie Folk musician, Peter Sinclair.  HEALTHY RHYTHM showcases up-and-coming and local, national, and international artists and musicians.  A few include former Turner/CNN & Getty Images Photojournalist, David S Holloway, New York, New York; Veteran & Military Trained Photojournalist, Bill Putnam, Washington, DC; Brad Klausen, Screenprint Artist & former 8 year in-house Graphic Designer for the world-famous rock band Pearl Jam; 18 year-old Photographer, Allison Flom, New York, New York, daughter of American music executive, Jason Flom, current Chief Executive Officer of Lava Records; Travel Photographer, Pat O'Hare, Geneva, Switzerland; Singers/Songwriters Rachael Thompson, Grand Junction, Colorado and Taylor Malone, Montrose, Colorado; Artist Max Da Silva Willis, Liverpool, England; Screenprint Artist, Justin Hampton, Portland, Oregon; and Ceramicist/Sculptor Megan Hernandez, Goose Creek, South Carolina.  Other artists & musicians who are, or who have been, a formal part of HEALTHY RHYTHM include Melissa Taylor, Andy Petry, Bernard (Bernie) Lieving, Callie Wilkes & Donna Strait, Chris Logan, Claudia C Holland, Daivyn James, Trill  Whiteside, Faith Pinson, Jimmy Lang, Kelly Webb, Ashley Whitson, Bruce Taylor, Cyndy Carroll, Hannah Dimiceli, Jan Dean, Kathy Dean, Janice Levi, Jimmy Osborne, The Pitchforks, The Wildfires, TR Webb, Marvin Self, Nora Carroll, Tayton Mahone, Trish Haskey, Bernie Lieving, JOrdan JOhnson, Five 14, Jen Sherwood Eye and others.  As Owner/Curator, I work 16+ hour days to ensure the Gallery and Live Performance Venue become known as a Montrose and Colorado "hot spot" for viewing/purchasing unique artwork, as well as an intimate venue for listening to a variety of soulful, Live Music. Just check out who I'm bringing to the Gallery for an Intimate Holiday Concert on December 28th! https://www.facebook.com/events/1108630165871553/.  Once you experience HEALTHY RHYTHM I have no doubt you'll quickly realize it's a Special Place. While we're small in size, we dream BIG!9402303_1456808063.7574_funddescription.
Thank you so much in advance to all the people who are, or who will become, familiar with HEALTHY RHYTHM. Who have or who will support our dream. And to those who believe in our vision. We look forward to seeing each of you soon!

see • think • believe™

HEALTHY RHYTHM
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**IT'S NOW OR NEVER**

Is it Possible For Healthy Rhythm Community Art Gallery To Raise $3500 in 16 Days? $5000 in 30 Days? I Have No Choice But To Believe It's Possible.

Also, Prices On ALL Artwork Are Negotiable. If You See Something You Like Please Message Me. http://healthyrhythmcommunityartgallery.bigcartel.com

Bottom Line, It's Crunch Time for Me and Butters. Your Donations Will Help Keep The Gallery Dream Alive! We Promise You The Gallery is a Great Way to Support a Worthwhile Community Endeavor.

I Will Stay Up 24 Hours A Day Until December 15th OR Until I Reach $3500. If I Hit The $3500 Mark, I'll Then Take A 2-Day Break, After Which Time I'll Stay Up Until January 1, 2017, OR Until I Reach The $5000 Goal. If I'm Not At The Gallery, I'm At A Scheduled Appointment/Meeting.

The Gallery Doors Will Be Locked After 10 P.M. Each Night However, The Gallery Will Remain Open For Business. If You Want To Stop In To Make A Donation OR Purchase Artwork Between 10 P.M. & 7 A.M., Please Message Me In Advance Via Facebook.

All Donations Will Receive a Collectible Music or Art print.

Thank You in Advance. <3

P.S. Please Remember GoFundMe Deducts A Total of 7.9% From Each Donation. If You Prefer To Send Money By Paying Only 3.95% Fees, Or No Fees, You Can Donate Via PayPal. Contact Me For The Gallery Email If You'd Like To Make A Donation Using PayPal.
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The first person to donate $150 will receive this hardcover 1st Edition Hardback titled "Every Picture Tells a Story ... Baron Wolman - The Rolling Stone Years". The Rolling Stone Years features the work of Baron Wolman, the first photographer to work for America’s legendary Rolling Stone magazine, many of whose images from the late sixties and early seventies have become iconic shots from rock’s most fertile era. Alongside scores of classic photos is Baron’s first-hand account of the magazine’s early years and his memorable encounters with the rock stars of the day. This Hardcover 1st Edition is signed by Wolman & is Sold Out. Please allow 2-4 weeks to ship.

ABOUT BARON WOLMAN
Settling in Haight-Ashbury in the 60's, Wolman was surrounded by Janis and the Grateful Dead in close-by digs. Wolman was soon accompanying journalist Jann Wenner to the now famous and genre-defining Mills College conference on rock music. Wenner happened to be the founder of Rolling Stone magazine. He liked Wolman's style, offered him a job and Wolman launched as the first official document-er of the new psychedelic age. Beginning with the magazine's opening issue, Wolman's photographs were windows on the parade of the different, the delightful and the doomed, and his pictures became the gold standard by which rock photography would be measured.
Baron Wolman • Signed 1st Edition
Baron Wolman • Signed 1st Edition
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The first person who donates $175 will receive this highly collectible 2010 San Diego Comic Con Limited Edition "Batman Rises" Printers Proof. The Printers Proof was designed by artist Alex Pardee. The print measures 22"W x 17"H and is hand signed/numbered by the artist. There are only 6 Printers Proofs worldwide. This Proof is No. 3. The Printers Proof is Sold Out & Out Of Print. Please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery.
Batman Rises • Rare Printers Proof
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The first person who donates $175 will receive this highly collectible Limited Mondo Edition Art Print of Marvel Comics character, Venom. The Art Print was designed by screen print artist Randy Ortiz. The print measures 36"W x 24"H and is numbered. The Art Print is Sold Out & Out Of Print. Please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery.
Venom • Limited Mondo Edition Art Print
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Rebecca Brooks
27 months ago

hey, your welcome - sending big vibes that the gallery will become sustainable. love scratches to Butterbean

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Sara Gillen
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Maybe one day I'll visit and check it out. Looks brilliant!

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Rebecca Brooks
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hey, your welcome - sending big vibes that the gallery will become sustainable. love scratches to Butterbean

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