We’re big on art gifts in my family. When I was little I’d paint pictures for our whole crew for holiday prezzies, and not much has changed. I still love to give the gift of art. It’s personal, fun and meaningful. I also think no one can ever have too much art! I worked with Art.com to decorate my studio with some beautiful framed works in September, and now I’m so excited about the current partnership that we’ve got going on…
One of my pieces is available for purchase exclusively at Art.com and 100% of the net profits from the art will go to The RightWay Foundation— a foundation I work regularly with that helps foster youth and emancipated foster youth with housing, job training and placement and general guidance and support. They’re truly amazing.
The piece that we’re offering is called “Flowers For You” and I painted the piece as reminder to be spontaneous, wild, and to appreciate the small joys that life has to offer. Purchasing this work is kind of like giving two gifts at once–one gift to your loved one, and one to young people who have no support system. This is the kind of work that makes me love what I do even more.
Thinking about gifting art but don’t know where to start? Here are some of my Art.com favorites– pieces that I think will make great holiday gifts! If you’re looking for jungalicious gifts, make sure you check out Art.com’s colorful and playful gift guide – they have something for everyone on your list!
This post was sponsored by Art.com, all opinions and art selections were my own.