LASA benefits from Art Partnership

Michael Morrison December 3, 2014

Gig Harbor, Washington. The concept of Art and Home to benefit others has been an ongoing passion for Michael Morrison of Morrison House Sotheby’s International Realty. His latest twist is in collaboration with abstract expressionist artist, Martha Reisdorf, and the Greystone Condominium Project. This latest collaboration will directly benefit LASA (Living Access Support Alliance).
Morrison has brought in works of Reisdorf to be shown at the model home of the Greystone Condominiums which are currently listed for sale. The condominium and the art pieces are available for sale, together or separately. 100% of the art commissions will go directly to benefit the LASA organization.
LASA is a community-supported agency that works to prevent homelessness and recurrent homelessness. They work to provide housing for over 65 families at any one time and annually provide prevention services to over 250 families in the South Puget Sound Region.
Greystone Condominiums are located in an intimate gated setting on Clover Creek in Lakewood Washington. The homes are luxuriously finished and developed by David Pease and Michelle Pease-Paulsen of Park Lane Associates. Priced from the 500s, the duplex-style homes provide carefree living while being close to world-class amenities and golf of Lakewood and University Place, Washington. In fact, the homes are just minutes from the site of the 2015 U.S. Open.
For more information on the collaboration or to purchase a home or piece of art, please contact Morrison directly at (253) 606-5925.

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