Whether you’re creating it or appreciating it, art is good for you. It can stimulate the brain and lower stress. Here’s another way art can make a difference in the lives of people who are seriously ill: With [Art for a Cure], we’re joining the fight against cancer by supporting the tireless efforts of the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSK) in New York City.
We asked two gifted artists to create exclusive works inspired by the themes of optimism, strength, and love. We’re offering signed, limited-edition prints of those works an are donating a portion of the proceeds to MSK, a hospital distinguished by exceptional patient care, innovative research, and outstanding educational programs for more than 130 years.
For a limited time, 30% of the purchase price of these hand-embellished giclées on canvas—Legacy (above), a moving abstract by artist Dennis Gastone; and Vitality (below), a vivid and spirited piece by artist John Shelton—will benefit Sloan Kettering.
The prints are on display and available for purchase at our two flagship locations in Manhattan and our Design Centers in Hartsdale, NY; Whippany, NJ; and Stamford, CT. They are also available at ethanallen.com/artforacure.