Conveying an organization’s values through art

We recently worked on a project for an organization that delivers support services for adults and adolescents with intellectual and developmental disabilities, at risk youth, and people with affordable housing needs.

Their mission is to give these individuals the opportunity to live independently and to lead normal and productive lives as citizens integrated into the community.

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The client wanted artwork for their facility that reflected the purpose and values of their organization. They work with people from all walks of life and wanted the art to show that diversity. It needed to convey the care and compassion that goes into helping each individual develop the skills and confidence to lead a normal life in society.

As it turns out ,several of their members had artistic talent and were willing to let us use their pieces to create something special. We scanned their original prints that were loaned to us for the project, and used these digital images to reproduce the art onto canvas. In addition, we provided images that promote values such as togetherness and compassion.

The design allowed the client to bring a very personal art style to their facility. The additional pieces reflected diversity, conveyed caring and individual growth while also adding a lot of aesthetics to their spaces.

Our design team, the client and their member artists all collaborated to come up with a beautiful art package for a very worthwhile program and helped to make a space that contributes more life to a life-changing experience.

Call  today for help with any of your art projects.

 

Jim Lee

VP Marketing

Great American Art

 

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