Scott LoBaido First Artist Ever To Paint at Arlington
STATEN ISLAND, NY, UNITED STATES, November 9, 2017 /EINPresswire.com
/ -- The Spirit of Liberty Foundation
is exited to announce our partnership with patriotic American artist Scott LoBaido
for the Spirit of Liberty Collection tour. Moving forward, Mr. LoBaido will create a series of artworks of America’s Monuments and Memorials that honor our Armed Forces and pay tribute to all five branches of the American military.
The first painting by Mr. LoBaido—one of the most regraded patriotic painters today, will be a dramatic 4X6 canvas painting that he will complete at Arlington National Cemetery during National Veterans Day ceremony, November 11, 2017, as part of the Spirit of Liberty Collection. This is very historic as Mr. LoBaido is the first artist to paint at Arlington National Cemetery!
Mr. LoBaido’s goal is to invent new ways to portray Old Glory and to promote the greatness of America. His previous works include the World’s largest 3D painting of the American flag in Houston, Texas that measured at 150,000 square feet and required 900 gallons of paint.
Mr. LoBaido has been featured on numerous media outlets including CNN’s Anderson Cooper, FOX News, NBC Nightly News, and ABC World News Tonight.
The Spirit of Liberty Collection will tour America to share the pride and commitment Americans have to our Nation’s Heroes and Armed Forces. Too see Mr. LoBaido’s work please visit this site: http://scottlobaido.com
For Additional Information Please Contact: Mark Mckerrick at 858.759.2000 or email@example.com or Scott LoBaido at firstname.lastname@example.org or 917-325-9481
About us: The Spirit of Liberty Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that works to support and honor our American Heroes and their families through of variety of programs and events each year. As such,
our contributions are critical in our in our mission to honor the men and women who fight and sacrifice their lives for the liberties we continue to experience on a daily basis.
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