Special Thank You!
Thanks to all of you for coming to see this great and historic Art Exhibition at the African-American Research Library & Cultural Center in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. I was delighted to see so many people in all walks of life at this event (young children, adults, parents with kids, art collectors, fine art connoisseurs, government officials, etc.) All of you had contributed of making this Premiere Art Exhibit a success. Also The Library Museum space was perfect for the size, scope and soul of this exhibit. It was the largest volume of artwork of Master Daniel Austin exhibited in one place. Over 120 paintings in all sizes. We want to send a special thanks to Commissioner D.C. Holness for his presence and his kind words during the opening reception of this exhibit. We would also like to extend our sincere gratitude to Mr. Wilson, Director of Broward County Main Library and to the staff at the AARLCC, for the support. A special thanks to all students at "SAIL High School" of Orlando, Florida also to the 25 visitors of the Youth Department of Pensacola, Florida for coming witnessing the birth of this new art movement. All of you who came with a curiosity of mind and that expressed your admiration when leaving the show, thank you. Now thousands of you know more about this new art movement "Interpressionism". I cannot be more grateful to you all for giving me a chance to introduce myself and "Interpressionism" movement to South Florida community. Now that you all have been witnessed the birth of this revolutionary art movement. I rest also to believe that it is the responsibility of each and every one of you now to keep this new art movement alive in the United States. Talk about it to your friends and family. Invite your acquaintances, your teachers, and comrades to this website, have group and panels discussions on "Interpressionism", come online a read about this movement, etc, ...
I hope that you will keep this new revolutionary art movement alive. I To You All, Thank you.