Congratulations Cheryl Miller for receiving a grant from the Pollination Project in support of the 46 Million Turkeys Project, coming soon to the Harlow.
“Artist Cheryl Miller’s life was changed while working at Farm Sanctuary in upstate New York. She found particular meaning in the sanctuary’s annual celebration of Thanksgiving, where turkeys aren’t on the menu: They are the guests of honor. This year, she is organizing a community-sourced art project, 46millionturkeys, to recognize the estimated 46 million turkeys killed and eaten each year for Thanksgiving. Cheryl is collecting 46 million mini works of art, in media and techniques from paints and pencils to clay, origami and fabric, representing turkeys. All artists and non-artists are invited to participate and submit their work, and during the week of Thanksgiving, it will be displayed at the Harlow Gallery in Hallowell, Maine.” — Ari Nessel – Founder and President, The Pollination Project, writing for the Huffington Post. Click here to read the full blog post.