RUSH Guitarist's Painting To Be Auctioned For Charity

According to a posting on the RUSH fan site Power Windows, RUSH guitarist Alex Lifeson — along with about 90 other Canadian celebrities — has created a painting for "A Brush of Hope", a project of The Kidney Foundation of Canada, which will be sold on between November 2 and November 12. Prior to being auctioned via eBay, the paintings will be on display at Kitchener City Hall between October 11 and October 13, and again at the Kidney Foundation's Funny Fall Gala on November 10.

For more information, contact the Western Ontario Chapter of The Kidney Foundation of Canada at (519) 742-2023, or visit for info on the Funny Fall Gala.


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