Friday, February 15, 2008

Lennox Studios Joins Fight Against AIDS

JACKSON, Mich. — Lennox Studios, a leader in body painting and fine-art photography, is joining the national effort against AIDS. Partnering with the AIDS Research Alliance of America (ARA), Lennox Studios is offering prints of “Human Heart” to the general public. The original print, which was designed specifically for this project, will be auctioned off this spring at the annual ArtSeen Auction in Beverly Hills.

“We are very excited about this project,” said Kimberly Lennox, photographer and owner of Lennox Studios. “As an artist, I am not of much use behind a microscope, but with our camera and brushes we have found a way to make a difference.”

AIDS Research Alliance of America (ARA) is a community-based nonprofit medical organization fighting HIV/AIDS on multiple fronts. ARA works to find and accelerate the development of betters therapies to treat HIV. The organization remains committed to the possibility that HIV may ultimately be cured. Founded in 1989 by a group of Los Angeles-area physicians, ARA has grown into a national research organization collaborating with scientists, universities and researchers worldwide. ARA's work is driven by its continued belief that a cure for HIV is attainable.

This partnership combines art with awareness of an important cause. Prints are available for sale to the public to benefit ARA, with the original print being offered at an auction in a few months.

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