Renowned Sacramento photographer unveils ‘The Legacy Project’
SACRAMENTO, CA – Professional photographer and artist Charr Crail launched “The Legacy Project” Thursday evening at Vanguard’s in Sacramento.
In a breathtaking display of artistry, Charr introduced the inaugural group of honorees into The Legacy Project, as each inductee was honored with a stunning portrait that was K.I.S.S.’ed (Keep It Simple Sweetie) by Charr and printed on metal plates.
As an award winning artist, Charr has been able to produce some stunning pieces of artwork that truly capture the person, well beyond the initial photo. As a longtime award winning photographer Charr has been in front of many inspiring and iconic people that have had an impact on Sacramento and beyond.
With the launch of The Legacy Project, Charr honors some of the great visionaries and leaders of Sacramento with a stunning new series of portraits, including a website dedicated to the project.
Charr seeks to immortalize individuals who have contributed, not only to Sacramento, but in many cases the world.
to that end, each month Charr will honor a new inductee to The Legacy Project. You can visit The Legacy Project and read all about the inaugural class and sign up to receive updates as new honorees are inducted. You can even nominate an individual for the honor.
To read more about the inductees visit The Legacy Project.
The 14 inaugural inductees are (in no particular order):
Larisa Bryski, singer-songwriter, vocal coach
Bob Simpson, nightclub owner
Brian Wheat, bassist, Tesla
Russ Solomon, Tower Records
Michael Morgan, conductor
Tom Sullivan, radio host
Governor Jerry Brown
Maria Shriver, journalist
Jason Kinney, political strategist
Summer Sanders, Olympian
Gregory Kondos, painter
Willie L. Brown, politician
Andrea Lepore, innovator
Jeff Knorr, poet laureate
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