Rotarian Promo Art: A Cause Art Plus Project

Rotarian Promotional Contemporary Art Exhibit

The first Cause Art Plus Project to promote and educate Rotary’s efforts throughout the world and help Rotary grow and raise funds for Rotary from the sale of reproductions derived from the original ‘Rotarian Promotional Contemporary Art Exhibit.’

100% of the art sales net proceeds will be donated to Rotary.
How The ‘Rotarian Promotional Contemporary Art Exhibit’ Will Help Rotary Grow – Chapter One

The Exhibit

Derek specifically designed the Rotarian Promotional Contemporary Art Exhibit to represent Rotary for public engagement and promote Rotary for any audience in the world. Its related products are ideal for fundraising and as unique gifts. Derek’s fine art exhibit encompasses Rotary International’s six areas of focus: Promoting Peace, Fighting Disease, Providing Clean Water, Sanitation & Hygiene, Saving Mothers and Children, Supporting Education & Growing Local Economies. Rotary clubs worldwide now have a unique Rotary fine art product that can promote and help Rotary grow!

Rotarian Promotional Contemporary Art Exhibit
Meet the Artist: Derek Rickwood

Meet the Exhibit Owner

The Rotarian Promotional Fine Art Exhibit owner, David Elizalde, is a man of positive action who is devoted to supporting those in need in his city of Amarillo, TX, and throughout the world.

David is a devoted husband and family man. He is the sole owner of a very successful growing business called David’s Quality Electric and David’s Quality Contracting & Plumbing. During the pandemic and during times of need, David delivers food and household items to the elderly and others in need. 

David is a long-time Rotarian and Past-President of the Rotary Club of Amarillo and Paul Harris Fellowship.

Meet the Artist: Derek Rickwood

Meet the Artist

Creator of the ‘Rotarian Promotional Contemporary Art Exhibit’ in 2018, and the first creation for a new art movement founded by Derek Rickwood, called, ‘Cause Art Plus’. Derek joined the Rotary Club of Nanaimo North after completing a Fine Arts Degree in 1990 from the University of Victoria. He is a Past-President and a Multi—Paul Harris Fellow.