IN THE LOUPE FOR A CURE:
Saturday, Sept. 29th and Sunday Sept. 30th. 11 am – 6 pm.
Once again, Gallery Loupe is pleased to support the Mathilda Fund – an extraordinary project dedicated to fighting and curing ovarian cancer.
The Mathilda Fund was founded by cancer survivor Jane Rubin, whose inspiring story is recounted in her recent, award-winning book: “Almost a Princess, My life as a Two-Time Cancer Survivor”. The Mathilda Fund is an account within the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund (OCRF), a national organization whose sole mission is to fund scientific research in the area of ovarian cancer.
In support of this cause, internationally recognized contemporary jewelerhas generously donated his time and talent to create the second commemorative brooch to raise awareness – and money – for this all-important project. This beautiful brooch is a heartfelt expression of what the Mathilda Fund mission is all about. All proceeds from the sale of the new Mathilda Fund brooch will directly benefit the fund.
Please join us at Gallery Loupe during a special 2-day event in support of the Mathilda Fund. You will have the opportunity to meet Artistas well as Mathilda Fund founder, Jane Rubin. The new Mathilda Fund brooch will be available for purchase.
To pre-order the Mathilda Fund brooch call Gallery Loupe- 973-744-0061 or email: Contact@galleryloupe.com.
For more information about the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund:
To learn more about Jane Rubin’s poignant memoir to benefit the Mathilda Fund: www.AlmostaPrincess.com.
is regarded as a master Metalsmith whose work is unparalleled in its meticulous craftsmanship and elegance. His work can be found in the collections of the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian Institute, the Art Institute of Chicago and the Museum of Art and Design in New York. Flynn’s work has most recently been acquired by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC and the Yale Art Gallery at Yale University in Ct. He lives and works in High Falls, New York.