Tree of Life Gallery Now Open -- Supports Africa’s AIDS Orphans

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The Tree of Life Gallery is a unique non-profit art gallery conceived to provide support and a helping hand to Africa's AIDS orphans.

The Tree of Life Art Gallery, operating under the auspices of the Children With AIDS Project of America is a unique non profit art gallery conceived to provide support and a helping hand to Africa's AIDS Orphans.

The gallery is located in the Town & Country Shopping Center, 20th Street and Camelback Road, Phoenix AZ 85016.

The gallery features the extensive collection, including the AIDS Orphans Collection space image art of Stuart Black, the gallery's resident artist and gallery manager, Africa oil paintings by David Southwood, and acrylics by Metin Bereketli the Hollywood Artist.

In addition the gallery hosts the most extensive collection in the U.S. of Shona Stone animal sculptures. The featured artist is Robert Kwechete from Zimbabwe and included in the collection is his museum piece "Herd of Elephants" which is 6.4 feet in height and weighs 830 pounds.

The gallery is open Monday-Saturday 10a.m. to 8 p.m. Private showings at other times are available upon request.

We invite you to visit our web sites: http://www.aidskids.org and http://www.treeoflifegallery.org

Contact: Stuart Black, Resident Artist and Gallery Manager Telephone (602)561-7031.

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