Sponsors

Carroll Creek Kinetic Art Promenade is grateful to the three sponsors who have enthusiastically commissionned
our artisans for 2020 and became the proud owners of beautiful kinetic sculptures. 

Special thanks to the Ausherman Family Foundation for leading our initial Request for
Proposal and generating significant artistic momentum for the project!

Pictured from left to right: Carroll Creek Kinetic Art Promenade Chair Bernard Gouin, Artisans Marguerite de Messières and Tsvetomir Naydenov, Sponsor Leigh Adams of the Ausherman Family Foundation

“Our Foundation wants to empower the passion for change in Frederick County, and we’re happy to collaborate with the Rotary Club of Carroll Creek in launching such innovative project as Carroll Creek Kinetic Art Promenade.”
– Marvin Ausherman, Chairman and Co-Founder of the Ausherman Family Foundation

The Ausherman Family Foundation has sponsored the artwork of Marguerite de Messières & Tsvetomir Naydenov entitled An Elusive Kinetic Portrait. 

For information about the Foundation, please visit The Ausherman Family Foundation  

Pictured from left to right: Carroll Creek Kinetic Art Promenade Chair Bernard Gouin, Artisan Thomas Sterner, Sponsors Nicole Milor, Matt McGreevy, and Tom Evich of The Fredericktowne Group at Morgan Stanley

“Carroll Creek Kinetic Art Promenade is a worthy community project that will make a difference in Frederick, and we’re happy to be part of it.”
– Matt McGreevy, leader of The Fredericktowne Group at Morgan Stanley

The Fredericktowne Group at Morgan Stanley has sponsored the artwork of Thomas Sterner entitled Tree of Life.

For information about the group, please visit The Fredericktowne Group

Pictured from left to right: Carroll Creek Kinetic Art Promenade Chair Bernard Gouin, Artisan Erin Aylor, Sponsors Ann and Ric Adams

“Carroll Creek Kinetic Art Promenade perfectly meets our objective to artistically beautify Frederick, and we’re delighted to encourage a fine local artist”
– Ann and Ric Adams

The Adams Family Fund has sponsored the artwork of Erin Aylor entitled Three Little Birds.

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