Steven Bond, President of the LeRoy Neiman Foundation, in the presence of Janet Byrne Neiman and Larry Harper, Founder of Good Tidings Foundation accepted the proclamations and spoke about the dedication to continuing the mission of the late artist LeRoy Neiman who was an advocate for fine arts education and empowerment for young people.
announced they are doubling their original mission and now plan to create a total of ten LeRoy Neiman Art Studios
with Good Tidings Foundation
during a five year period.
With the help of Good Tidings
& Larry Harper
we hope that this new LeRoy Neiman Art Studio
will be a great success in the Union Settlement Community
said Larry Harper, Founder of the Good Tidings Foundation.
In March of 1990 while working as the Director of Scouting for the San Francisco Giants, our Founder Larry Harper met Mr. LeRoy Neiman, who had been commissioned to paint 'Bay Area Baseball', the official art of the 1989 World Series.
and LeRoy struck up a lifelong friendship and the partnership that eventually grew into the first of many youth art centers.