Unique Art Featured at Cancer Benefit
Tulsa, Oklahoma, August 27, 2007 The Scott Carter Foundation will include scientist-generated art prints by Studio Frido in the foundation’s annual pediatric cancer research benefit auction.
Studio Frido provides artistic renderings of natural and man-made objects using a patent-pending process. The founder of Studio Frido, Charles Keller MD, is a past recipient of a Scott Carter fellowship in Pediatric Oncology as well as ongoing research support. Studio Frido is privileged to give back to the Scott Carter Foundation by creating a limited edition sports art print series.
Scott Carter combined his love of sports and sports memorabilia collecting with a passion for accelerating childhood cancer research. Sadly, Scott lost his battle against osteosarcoma in 1993 at the age of 13. The Scott Carter Foundation continues his mission of promoting childhood cancer research through fundraisers and the sharing of Scott's collection, which is currently on display at Disney's Wide World of Sports. Over the past ten years the Scott Carter Foundation has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for research and provided research training support for six pediatric oncology physician-scientists.
All proceeds will benefit the Scott Carter Foundation. To learn more about the Scott Carter Foundation, please visit www.scottcarterfoundation.org.
About Studio Frido Studio Frido, Inc. uses a patent-pending process to transform microscopic computed tomography (CT) scans of natural and man-made objects into works of art. Studio Frido is dedicated to furthering cancer research, children’s education, and general appreciation for the inner beauty of all things.
If you’d like more information, please contact Emma Larkins at (443) 534-6674 or email Emma at email@example.com
Emma Larkins, Public Relations Officer
Studio Frido, Inc.
Telephone: (443) 534-6674