ChopArt is a non-profit organization helping homeless youth express themselves through art. Serving ages 10-18, ChopArt has been impacting those experiencing homelessness since 2010 in Atlanta, New Orleans, Hyderabad, India, and Accra, Ghana.
To help foster awareness and generate funds, Generation Infocus has partnered with the organization to provide a platform for positive and creative self-reflection. Our staff worked with a handful of girls on the theme of “Gratitude” to produce contemporary abstract paintings. They explored how color, line and shape can portray emotion within their art. They accented their pieces with textile elements to create texture and enhance the visual depth.
The paintings will be on display and for sale at The Hapeville Maker Space during our fall exhibition opening on November 16th, 2018. All proceeds will go to the ChopArt organization to benefit the youth participants and their families. If you would like to purchase a painting or make a donation please give us a call at 404.525.5561.
You can also donate by visiting ChopArt online at http://chopart.org/support-us/.
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