A group of acclaimed artists, including Erin McIntoshJohn CleavelandAlan Campbell, and Stan Mullins, have generously agreed to help raise funds to save San Filippino Chapel. All four are alums of the UGA Cortona Study Abroad Program, and all four are donating one half of proceeds from their original artwork inspired by San Filippino and the area of Cortona and Castiglion Fiorentino.

“I find so much joy in moving paint around. I love to explore color and composition through painting a range of subjects.
Much of my work is abstract and inspired by the microscopic world, gardens, and music.  Sometimes I paint recognizable subjects from observation.
My paintings are process-driven, poetic, and playful. By making a painting, I want to add something to the world that uplifts.”
— Erin McIntosh
“I paint because I want you to see how I see, to convey to you how the world looks and feels to me. I share what I have learned about a place by painting it. I want you to walk away from my work with a new template for seeing the world around you, and to leave you full of questions. Looking back on 30 years of work, I realize that I will never get it all done, that I will run out of time before I run out of inspiration.”
— John Cleaveland
Alan Campbell is an expedition artist from Athens and Savannah, Georgia who has built a unique career working with scientific research programs in some of the remotest locations on the planet. 
Campbell’s work has been featured on the covers of Reader's Digest, Athens Magazine, and The Sciences (New York Academy of Science), and The Scientist.
Campbell has had over 50 one-man exhibitions in museums and galleries in the U.S., Italy, Chile and New Zealand.
Articles about Campbell’s work have appeared in the New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Christian Science Monitor, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, New Zealand Herald, El Mercurio, The Explorers Journal and numerous other publications in the United States, New Zealand and Europe.
His unusual career has also received wide coverage on broadcast media, including National Public Radio, Radio and TV New Zealand, and Georgia Public Television.
Campbell’s newest series of paintings portrays the special places and indigenous peoples of the Low Country, with an emphasis on the vanishing occupations of the working waterfront and the distinct culture of the Gullah-Geechee communities.
Internationally renowned sculptor and painter, Stan Mullins is based in Athens, GA. His works can be found throughout the U.S., Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, and even Bhutan.
Mullin’s monumental sculptures grace sports stadiums, public spaces, and his intimate paintings shine from private, royal, and corporate collections.
Mullins has been commissioned by the National Monument Foundation to create the 17-foot tall epic bronze statue of Chief Tomochichi. The statue will look over downtown Atlanta from atop the 110-foot Peace Column in Rodney Cook Sr. Park.

We invite you to learn about these artists and to peruse and purchase their works below to benefit our Save San Filippino project! It's easy. Just contact us and let us know which piece you're interested in!