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Vincent Versace
« on: May 13, 2008, 05:05:36 PM »

Found the following here:

"For those of you are familiar with my work you know how much the country of Burma (Myanmar) moved me when I shot there. I truly was taken by the country, so much so I left a piece of my heart and soul there.

I believe that being of service is the rent you pay to live on the planet, which is why I volunteer my time to be the photographer of a first response extreme medical rescue team “Immediate Assistants”. We are currently barred from entering the country because of the three week visa requirements that are in place for all aid workers.

Thomas Jefferson said “The pen is mightier than the sword”. I believe that art is mightier than the pen. With that said I am putting my art where my heart is. With the current death toll at 22,000 and 46,000 still missing, we as a community of creatives have to act with the the most powerful tools that we
have, our voice, and in my work that voice is contained.

For the next six weeks 100% of any of my photographic art, what ever size, what ever the price of that the art sells for (except for Shipping and Handling) will be donated to relief efforts in Burma and will be sent directly to the The Nargis Victims of Myanmar Trust.

Please link to my print sales page and buy a print for the cause:

If you want to donate an amount that is less than the cost of one of my prints, or you just want to donate directly out of the kindness of your heart then here is the account info:

Washington Mutual
Yorba Linda Financial Center 1358
20385 Yorba Linda Blvd,
Yorba Linda, CA 92886

Name of account: “The Nargis Victims of Myanmar Trust”
Account # 34033 45916
ABA# 321180748
Swift Code# WMSBUS66
Routing # 322271627

If you are going to send a check, please use this address and payable to “The Nargis Victims of Myanmar Trust”
Andrew Khaw
4382 Via Miguel
Yorba Linda, CA 92886

Vincent Versace"
If your mind is attuned to beauty, you find beauty in everything.
~ Jean Cooke ~

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