Meet Face Painter
  Meet Face Painter  
 

The Face Painter used to be the type of artist who considers throwing spaghetti on walls and reciting poems about people being kicked out of 7-11s to be high art. He tried to be avant-garde at whatever cost. After trying countless never-before-done ways of painting, he threw away his brushes and decided to use his very own face instead! (The Face Painter is also a bit of a cheapskate. Not having to ever buy brushes appealed to him.) Now the Face Painter is sought after by the art world. Not the serious kind of artsy people, but more of the Thomas Kinkade types. Another unexpected thing is that Face Painter has become the life of the party. His wacky painted-on face certainly makes children laugh.

Face Painter is available for you to befriend with gifts and corresponding benefits starting at $5,000.

Reserve today: Contact Dana-Farber's Annual Giving Office at 617.632.6099 or Annual_Giving@dfci.harvard.edu.

 
 
 



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