The Official Carl Palmer Global Web Site

The Art of Giving

This page highlights events where
Carl Palmer and Scene 4 Art of Los Angeles
raise money for charity. A portion of all sales
at these events is given to the featured charities.

The Art of Giving News
14 Oct 2016


Carl Palmer and the "Art" Of Giving Continues

Carl Palmer, one of rock's iconic figures, and a founding member of both Emerson Lake & Palmer and ASIA, in association with Los Angeles art company SceneFour, recently completed a number of charity art events that have benefited Musicians On Call; The Arts Garage Performance Art Center; and St Jude Children's Hospital. The events resulted in the sale of 46 original Palmer canvases, a portion of the whose proceeds will be distributed to these very worthy causes that Palmer is supporting.

Here, Carl Palmer raises money for Musicians On Call which brings live and recorded music to the bedsides of patients in healthcare facilities. Shown here, left to right: Musicians On Call founder and Audio One CEO, David Frangioni; Carl Palmer and Joe's Stone Crab COO, Stephen Sawitz.

Read the full press release or visit the Art of Giving page.

Carl Palmer and Scene 4 are proud to support the following charities
from sales of the Twist Of The Wrist and Rhythm Of Light
Carl Palmer art collections.

American Cancer Society Camp Good Days & Special Times Center for Animal Health & Welfare
Children's Advocacy Center of Bucks County (PA) Hope Reins of Raleigh Lake Hopatcong Foundation
Musicians On Call St. Jude Children's Hospital Arts Garage
17 Jan 2016


Carl Palmer's Art Of Giving continues.

One of a series of charity events featuring the artwork of Carl Palmer during his 2015 fall tour, Carl Palmer delivers a check to the Lake Hopatcong Foundation, for preservation of its natural environment. The funds were raised from proceeds derived from the purchases of Palmer canvases. Shown here are: L to R- Carl Palmer Esther and Chris Poulsen (who organized the event) and Carl's manager, Bruce Pilato:

Here, Carl Palmer hands over another check to Hope Reins of Raleigh, a charitable organization that places rescued horses with emotionally disturbed children in the Raleigh, NC area. The charity was the recipient of funds raised in a private art event featuring the artwork of Carl Palmer hosted by the Hill family. Pictured here L to R: Steve Hill, Susan Clemmer of Hope Reins of Raleigh, Valerie Hill, and Carl Palmer.

03 Sept 2015


Carl Palmer's Art Of Giving continues.

Recently Carl and Scene 4 Art of Los Angeles, held three art events to raise money for charities he supports. A portion of all the sales of Carl's art at these events were given to the following charities: Camp Good Days & Special Times, providing summer camps for children with cancer; The American Cancer Society; and The Child Advocacy Center Of Bucks County (PA).

Debbie Rice of Friendship Framing in Bath, PA, accepts check from Carl Palmer on behalf of the American Cancer Society.

Gary Mervis CEO of Camp Good Days & Special Times receives check from Carl Palmer.

Paul Conaway of Wannatix in Philadelphia receives check from Carl Palmer
on behalf of The Child Advocacy Center of Bucks County, PA

12 May 2015


Carl Palmer and the "Art" of Giving Continues

Famed British Musician Hosts Successful Art Events to Benefit Camp Good Days & Special Times; The American Cancer Society and The Child AdvocacyCenter of Philadelphia.

Read the Press Release

16 Nov 2014

British musician Carl Palmer (ELP/ASIA) presents a check to Gary Mervis, President and Founder of CAMP GOOD DAYS & SPECIAL TIMES which provides summer camp activities for children stricken with cancer. The check represented a portion of the proceeds from the sale of Palmer's RHYTHM OF LIGHT art collection created with Scene 4, and sold at a special gallery event held at the home of attorney Robert Brenna and his wife, Judy.

Pictured L to R: Gary Mervis, Carl Palmer, Robert Brenna

Read the press release...


© 2017 Carl Kendall-Palmer Ltd. All Rights Reserved.
Content: Bruce Pilato / Pilato Entertainment  |  Curator: Tony Ortiz
Graphics: Mike Inns  |  Hosting: dynrec.com  |  Site Design/Programming: John Arnold