Proceeds from the November art-signing event will be donated to Project ROMP.
BY MIKE CAVALIERE | ASSOCIATE EDITOR
Ormond Beach artist Daniel Ambrose is a Project ROMP veteran. He sat on the playground-renovation group’s original committee two decades years ago. His twins spent hours at the Magic Forest Rainbow Park as kids. And now, he’s giving back.
From 6:30-8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 8, Ambrose will be at The Casements, 25 Riverside Drive, for a meet-and-greet and art signing. For the first 30 copies of his painting “Last Light” to sell, 100% of the proceeds will be donated to Project ROMP.
For all prints after 30, proceeds will be split 50-50.
“Almost 20 years ago, community volunteers came together to raise funds and build a magical playground for children in Ormond Beach,” Ambrose wrote on his website. “Now, the playground is in need of renovation, and I’m donating a number of my fine art prints ... to raise funds.”
Painting scenes of Florida life, Ambrose works in the egg tempera medium, using paint he makes by hand out of hen eggs (directions for how to make this are found on his website, www.danielambrose.com).
Prints are priced at $25.