Art has always held the power to enlighten and encourage and with my piece promoting love I hope it inspires others into action!
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Feda Eid is a Lebanese American photographer and visual artist from Boston, MA. Her work explores the self expression of heritage, tradition, culture and identity.
AIDS Action Committee performs important work, and I am happy to support them with my donated art.
Joerg’s evocative, sensual paintings derive from a sincere dialogue between the representational and the abstract, the conceptual conscientiousness and pure spontaneity.
I believe strongly in the AIDS Action Committee’s Mission and I am honored to support them by participating in Artcetera 2018.
I believe that both artwork and healthcare shouldn’t only be for those with well-lined pockets.
I truly believe that the more we try collectively as a species, the better results we will have against this unfortunate disease.
I believe very strongly in using my art to help further social justice in every way possible.
Donating artwork to an organization that advocates for and supports people living with HIV feels like one of the best ways I, as an artist, can support artists and other individuals living with HIV.
I am so honored to be considered a part of this global event, and offer a creative, self-expressed escape from the struggles of everyday life.
The responsibility of the artist extends far beyond the studio and gallery walls.
I am supporting the AIDS Action Committee by donating my art because AIDS is a terrifying disease that we need to fight collectively.
Donating artwork to ARTcetera could save somebody’s life! There are vulnerable people out there who need healing and support, and art can make a huge difference.
I am drawn towards working with abstraction, for it can be a place for anyone to impose their own story. The opportunity to use my work as a means for supporting humanity is an honor.
As an artist it is important to me to use my visual language in a positive way to speak out on issues that are affecting so many Americans and advocate for empathy and change in this political climate.