Shop for ART with a Social Conscience!

Souvenirs – 2011, by Robert Doyle, NYFA Artist Fellowship, Support an artist’s dream through USA Projects

The Team at believes that there’s more to business than selling great, affordable ART, we also think it’s important to have a social conscience. A recent New York Times article supported another aspect of our belief.  It showed 80% of Americans preferred businesses that did their part in supporting our community. This was reassuring because philanthropy is a core principal of our business philosophy. We donate a portion of the proceeds from every sale to an area of philanthropic interest selected by our clients at check out, through our program, ARTprojectACT. This week, we want to highlight our two non-profit partners in the area of the ARTS:

USA Projects: USA Projects fosters direct connections between artists and the public, catalyzing new funding for artists, bringing creative projects to life, and building community around the most accomplished artists in America.

Sun Valley Center for the Arts: The mission of the Center, located in Sun Valley, Idaho, is “to provoke and stimulate the imagination while opening hearts and minds through excellence in diverse arts programming.”

Thomas Joshua Cooper, Shoshone Falls, ID, On view at the Sun Valley Center for the Arts during the current exhibition – Shoshone Falls: 3 Perspectives, April 20-July 7, 2012

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