Charles Johnson Gallery presents Full Chroma: Art to Benefit Covenant Hospice
The Charles Johnson Gallery, 196 Miracle Strip Parkway, Unit F, in Fort Walton Beach, presents Full Chroma: Art to Benefit Covenant Hospice. Select paintings from the Full Chroma series will be on display at a Solo Show by Johnson held at the gallery from 5-9 p.m. Saturday, April 4 at 196 Miracle Strip Parkway, Unit F in Fort Walton Beach.
Gallery owner Charles Johnson generously created a series of paintings to be displayed and sold in area restaurants, which currently include Graffiti in Baytowne Wharf, KC’s Sandbar & Grille, Tapworks, Frankie’s A Salon, Bon Appetit French Bakery and Fokkers Pub. All proceeds from the Full Chroma line will benefit Covenant Hospice’s unfunded and underfunded programs in Okaloosa and Walton counties. These programs include charity care, grief support, children’s services and spiritual support. Home Depot and Sherwin Williams have both donated supplies to the project to ensure all proceeds are received by the not for profit organization.
“We are honored that Charles chose to support Covenant Hospice with his time and artistic talent,” says Rachel Mayew, development and communications manager at Covenant Hospice. “Full Chroma is entirely Charles’ concept and is a great reminder that we all have something to offer our community. We can all choose to be generous in a way that is uniquely meaningful to us. Whether we donate our time, talent, services, finances, or even a mix of these things, there really is no set criteria for giving back.”
Covenant Hospice is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing comprehensive, compassionate services to patients and loved ones during times of life-limiting illnesses. For more information about Covenant Hospice or to make a hospice inquiry, contact the local branch offices in Fort Walton Beach at 850-729-1800) and Crestview at 850-682-3628) or visit www.covenanthospice.org.