The Foundation

The Redman Family Foundation, Inc.

We’ve begun the formation of a 501c3 non-profit entity to support the Arts in Education. Special emphasis in the Arts will be placed on Caricature Art, the history of the art form and how to preserve and share it with a global audience. Special emphasis in Education will be placed on Art Management and Therautic Art.

The Foundation plans to continue its work with educational institutions and religious organizations. Art management projects will continue to be our focus with the educational community. We recently concluded a year long project with Brenau University in Gainesville, GA. The art management students did an amazing job taking a portion of the collection from storage all the way through curating a marvelous educational Retrospective of a Working Artist exhibition. There are years worth of work remaining to fully cureate the collection and we look forward to working with additional educational institutions in years to come. If you’re interested in working with us or would like to support the foundation, please contact us.

Our long term vision is an organization Lenns heirs utilize to assure Lenn’s art, his love of teaching and his message of world peace, be carried on for generations to come.

Mark with his daughters, Lauren & Jacquelyn


The inaugural Exhibition, ‘Lenn Redman: A Retrospective of a Working Artist’ began September 10, 2012 and will run thru October 28, 2012 at Brenau University in Gainesville, Georgia. The Exibition and Foundation kick-off Reception will be held on October 4, 2012 from 6pm to 8pm at Brenau University’s Castelli Gallery.  Please join us. The event is free and open to the public.


Preserving this historically significant collection and funding the various Foundation sponsored Arts in Education projects have been extremely rewarding. We encourage you to volunteer and to assist by donating generously to the Foundation. Though incorporated, the Foundation has not received its 501c3 status at this time. Consequently donations made today are not tax deductable.   We appreciate your support of the Foundation at this stage of its development and look forward to your continued contributions as we gain non-profit status.