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ArtLifting champions artists impacted by housing insecurities and disabilites. Each artist has a unique perspective, style and story based on their lived experiences. The powerful combination of their artwork along with their stories inspires communities and drives social change. DEMDACO is proud to partner with ArtLifting to bring this collection to a broader audience.

Linda King

Providence, RI

Linda's works are influenced by African-American culture, her own experiences, and her love for music. She was a proud member of the ArtLifting community until her passing in 2021.

Alicia Sterling Beach

Los Angeles, CA

Utilizing themes of abstraction and symmetry, Alicia creates harmony and balance. Despite chronic pain, Alicia focuses on her desire to bring forth beauty through art.

Charlie French

Santa Fe, NM

Charlie’s calming paintings mirror the joy of his imagination. Born with Down syndrome, he stresses the importance of seeing him first as a person, then an artist.

Midori

San Francisco, CA

Born in Japan, Midori has been creating art since childhood. Midori hopes to spread positivity by sharing the nature-inspired peace and calm that her art evokes.

Cheryl Kinderknecht

Bradenton, FL

Cheryl relies on her ‘mind’s eye’ memories to drive her work. After starting to lose her eyesight, she uses her fragmented, flickering vision to bring an unexpected perspective to her art.

Jeff Powers

Boston, MA

With each piece, Jeff improves the levels of peace and patience in his life. He is empowered by the obstacles he has overcome, including addiction and housing insecurity.

Mia Brown

San Rafael, CA

Mia is a happy person, and happiness is what she paints. Cerebral palsy impacts the use of her hands, so she paints with a headwand – a brush attached to a helmet.

Christina Constantine

New York City, NY

Christina has worked with many mediums over the years as a form of meditation and release. She focuses on the vibrancy of color as essential to life.

Alan Sturm

New York City, NY

Painting provides Alan solace from the effects of depression. After finishing a piece, he recycles paint by blending it, using the new hue for the next.

Dale Wayne

Orlando, FL

Landscapes bring Dale back to childhood memories of family journeys. After an accident caused chronic pain and disability, she utilizes her art as a form of travel to recreate her favorite places.

Rudy Jean-Louis

New York City, NY

A Marine Corps veteran, Rudy became ill on a mission and required a kidney transplant. Faced with hours in the hospital, he spent time creating his own world of geometric art.

Jeff Roysdon

Boston, MA

Quiet by nature, Jeff lets his art speak for him. Drawing provides a way to share a bit of himself with others while coping with anxiety and depression.

Susan Spangenberg

New York City, NY

Susan embraces both the struggle and joy of creating, always honoring the process more than the presentation. Her work comments on mental health, social justice, and her East Indian ancestry.

Eve Henessa

Washington DC

For Eve, painting is a form of healing and a way to communicate complex ideas. Severe chronic PTSD affected her childhood, but also allowed the intuitive, imaginative part of her brain to thrive.

Grace Goad

Nashville, TN

Born with autism and intellectual disabilities, Grace began painting at the age of four. She hopes to communicate that art is a window into the potential of people living with disabilities.

Yvette

Hinesville, GA

Yvette loves her family and painting. Her career in the military and time spent raising her children took priority over art until she reconnected with her creativity after retiring.

Michaels Lyric

San Francisco, CA

Michaels lives a life of creative innovation. Without use of his arms or legs, he uses voice recognition software to create artwork, write poetry, and produce music.

John Russo

Key West, FL

John maintains his inner calm and a positive outlook by focusing on art. After losing his photographic work to fire and theft, he recreated images by hand painting them.

 
 
 
 
 
 

Black & White

These uniquely distinctive artworks by Linda King and Cheryl Kinderknecht focus on bold contrasts and the juxtaposition of opposing colors. Linda’s artworks are rooted in African-American culture and ancestry as well as music. Cheryl describes her work as centering on themes of natural flow, interconnectedness, contrasts and shadows.

Geometric

Jeff Powers says, “I see all art when it is born as homeless. Each piece of art needs a home or a place to display itself.” His artwork ‘Pyramid,’ Jeff Roysdon’s ‘Untitled’ and Rudy Jean-Louis’ ‘Broken Infinite’ with ‘Broken Spectrum’ were all selected to give each piece a home through purposeful, everyday products.

Geometric

Jeff Powers says, “I see all art when it is born as homeless. Each piece of art needs a home or a place to display itself.” His artwork ‘Pyramid,’ Jeff Roysdon’s ‘Untitled’ and Rudy Jean-Louis’ ‘Broken Infinite’ with ‘Broken Spectrum’ were all selected to give each piece a home through purposeful, everyday products.

Abstract

This assortment leans primarily on Charlie French’s vividly abstract artwork. ‘Weekend Vibes 3’ reflects a sunny day spent relaxing indoors while the colors of ‘Isle of Sky 2’ are inspired by a trip to visit family and friends. ‘Squares 1’ utilizes the lighter colors of spring and rain.

Floral

Through drawing, exploring abstraction and playing with symmetry, Alicia Sterling Beach creates harmony inspired by the beauty of nature, light and abundant color, as shown in ‘Floral Black’ and ‘Floral Stripe.’ Midori’s ‘Poppy Keshi’ combines an imagined landscape with Californian poppies while ‘Camellia Tsubaki’ is based on her childhood memories of Japan.

Floral

Through drawing, exploring abstraction and playing with symmetry, Alicia Sterling Beach creates harmony inspired by the beauty of nature, light and abundant color, as shown in ‘Floral Black’ and ‘Floral Stripe.’ Midori’s ‘Poppy Keshi’ combines an imagined landscape with Californian poppies while ‘Camellia Tsubaki’ is based on her childhood memories of Japan.

A Closer Look

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Shop Fashion

With useable formats, rich tones and textures enhance every décor theme.

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Enchanting combinations of glitter and art add to the magic of Christmas like never before.

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