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Photography and painting for storm relief

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Famed rock photographer Mark Weiss and the incredible portrait painter David Banegas are teaming up to raise money for Superstorm Sandy relief.

On Thursday, artist David Banegas will paint a mirror image of a photo of rocker Bret Michaels by legendary photographer Mark Weiss. The painting will be auctioned to raise money for storm relief.

But on Wednesday, Banegas painted a picture of Fox 5 anchor Steve Lacy, based on a photo.

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"Two Mediums / One Vision" at BANEGAS/WEISS Gallery, The Roger Smith Hotel, 47th Street and Lexington Avenue

August 22, 2013, 2-5 p.m.

Proceeds of the sale of the painting will go to the Foundation to Save the Jersey Shore

www.savethejerseyshore.org

www.weissguygallery.com

www.davidbanegas.com

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