The Quarantine Collection

Here are some useful things for families, artists and kids of all ages to get creative with as we all continue to do our parts in this endeavor to protect one another, love one another and nurture ourselves. Some of these items were purchased specifically to support an amazing organization here in Pittsburgh called Casa San Jose. I will share 33% of sales of the papier mache animals with them for the next two weeks, or until supplies  run out, whichever comes first.  I'm also working on a second round of fundraising to be announced soon, and that will be intended to create an emergency fund  via Friends of Oaxacan Folk Art for some of the Mexican artists that I represent. 
We're all concerned about the future of both physical and online retail sales, especially those related to the purchase of artwork. I've always said that #artisfood and #foodisart,  and for me, art has always been  #essential to my well being. My desire has always been to make as much of what I acquire for sale available to as many as possible, whether their budget was $5 or $5000. I know that many of you feel as I do, or you wouldn't still be reading this. Please consider making a purchase either for local delivery or shipping. If you can't do that, then please consider sharing this to get the word out.