A Holiday Special
9 Featured Artists Supporting
Artists For Good,
A Non -Profit Art Gallery
A series of smaller art from professional artists making holiday gift giving art more affordable or a way to finally get that piece for your home or office.
Each artist is doing their own special small art series and has generously donated one for the benefit of Child Hunger Sucks!
Sizes and pricing all reduced for this special event starting at $125. Meet these amazing artists we can all do good! Together.
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Silky Soft & Environmentally Friendly
Besides our new featured art and charity, we also have a special one time only item for sale this month. Started by Annette Dale Kramek, a designer, a yogi and a survivor, this female-owned business uses Bamboo in its silky soft and environmentally friendly fabrics.
You can learn more about Ancient Language and their bamboo fabrics by heading over to their website.
Our 8 Talented Artists Contributing to
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Jessica Hughes, is a creative entrepreneur, visual artist, bestselling author, and mother of 7. She has been featured on Forbes, ABC, NBC, CBS, TEDed, national and regional TV, podcast, radio, and speaker summits.
In 2013, Jess co-authored international bestselling, "She Did It and So Can You", chronicling her journey and steps of how she achieved rapid success after recovering from substance abuse addiction, depression, ptsd, and divorce, while single parenting seven kids as a creative entrepreneur.
Her fire, light, and zest for life generate massive energy that pour through her resulting in compelling paintings that tap the soul. Her award-winning abstract paintings are highly sought after and globally collected.
Sheryl Goodman was born in Los Angeles, California and is now living in San Diego. She is a self-taught artist who has always found joy in creating from the heart. Sheryl is inspired by the beauty and textures of nature and uses paper, patterns and paint to create unique mixed-media, collage artwork.
She is always amazed by the feelings a piece of artwork can bring out in someone if that person really takes a moment to take it all in. This intrigue and excitement of finding hidden gems in each piece is what she hopes to achieve for her viewers. Over the last few years, Sheryl has been juried into multiple gallery showings in her hometown of San Diego and also in Los Angeles, California.
Marion is inspired by joy, strength, boldness and humor and is equally intrigued by imperfection and exaggeration. “Creating an image to your own ideals is so much more fun – and interesting – and emotionally evocative.” She works with exaggeration, symbolism and distortion, as well as shapes that are different and unexpected. Amazing color control gives her paintings power and strength, and the combination of bold hues, contrast and abstract design, depict her own feelings toward the subject matter. Marion has garnered numerous juried awards for her paintings, and more than one thousand Collectors around the globe, who resonate with her visions.
She signs all her paintings with her initials - “me!” – the exclamation mark is based on the adage, “live your life as an exclamation, not an explanation.” Marion paints, runs her own gallery and resides in Sidney by the Sea, on Vancouver Island, Canada.
Denise's background includes parallel careers in both visual presentation and as a faux finish and mural artist. Mural work eventually led her to painting on canvas, and her merchandising eye for putting things together stirred an interest in mixed media and assemblage art.
Originally a self-taught artist, once Denise began painting on canvas, she learned as much as she could about painting techniques by taking countless classes and workshops. Her current work merges assemblage with fine art painting, her use of layered papers and textures serve as a ground upon which her semi-abstract paintings are built. Along with creating in her Southern California studio, Denise teaches mixed media painting classes and is a founding member of the San Diego professional artists group, F1VEart.
Joyce Gehl is a mixed-media artist, combining digital imagery, paint and resin to create paintings of her experiences of, and reverence for, the natural world. Her art has been featured in exhibitions in Seattle, Atlanta, Santa Fe, Scottsdale and Aspen.
She is included in corporate and private collections throughout the United States and South America. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from UC Santa Barbara and a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. Joyce works from her Orcas Island studio in the San Juan Islands surrounded by the vibrant energy of nature.
Susie was born and raised in the countryside in Vermont.
Pleasant memories of my childhood bring me back to nature and its changing seasons.
The early flowers and birds that welcome spring, the luscious green leaves and warm
nights of summer, the beautiful, magical colors of autumn and the white snows of
winter. I feel most at home when I’m surrounded by nature and find it frequently
emerging as a theme in my work. I am an artist and I paint abstracts in acrylic and
mixed media. Early in my art career I attended a workshop on art journaling and fell in love with the creative process. The act of expressing myself in a journal format really captivated my imagination and it was through art journaling that I was able to heal many of my oldest
wounds. I was delighted to find a way to allow and accept my truest self... Click here to continue reading about Susie
Yahel Yan - born and raised in Mexico City where I was exposed to art and color from a young age. I completed my schooling and graduated with a degree in graphic design but have since then devoted myself to art both as a painter and printmaker. I specialize in oil, acrylics, and copper etchings and digital painting. My palette and compositions lend life and spirit to inanimate objects which are often overlooked. I am always seeking to express the unexpected, unseen magic hidden in each “thing.” So why chairs? I see chairs not as objects but as people with a personality of their own as well as with a story to tell. Every
time I look at a chair, or a group of chairs I see them alive and interacting, I create a
story around them, I admire their differences and what they seem to be expressing or
telling us. In my paintings I want the audience to feel and view the chair not as an object, but as something that is alive. I wish for my art to inspire humanity and love for one another.
Debora Levy was born and raised in Mexico City. In 1999 she
migrated with her family to San Diego, California. She began
painting at an early age and continued to receive an art
education at the Instituto Nacional de las Bellas Artes. In 1988
she received a BA in Art History with honors at the Instituto de
Cultura Superior A.C. She has also taught art at Montessori
School in Mexico City. She was most recently given the honor of being
The Featured artist in Art Walk San Diego!
Child Hunger Sucks!
Ran By A Dynamic 13 Year Old
Ever Matson is a 13-year-old on a mission to feed hungry children. I met Ever when she was 11 years old in front of a Starbucks and we have stayed in touch ever since. She is a dynamic girl that has won awards for her courageous and admirable non-profit!
For viewing our Small Series & Supporting our Charities
Thank you for vising Artists for Good, viewing these talented artists, and supporting our charities! If you would like to learn more about AFG, our featured artists, the charities we donate all proceeds too, or would like to view more of donated art, head over to our website. Happy Holidays!