Prints are produced on demand on either mounted wrapped canvas or giclee fine art paper in a variety of sizes here in the United States. High quality print reproductions for your home or office designed by artists living with homelessness or disabilities.
"Art is what I do opposed to taking a drink. Art is what I do opposed to getting high. The process of starting with a blank canvas and watching it evolve brings me joy. Art makes me feel like I have purpose and that I am not worthless in this world."
Kimberly Williams discovered her lifelong passion for creating art when she was three years old. A native of Fort Washington, Maryland, Kim started experiencing mental health concerns and addiction early in her life, causing her to be in and out of homelessness. Kim paints therapeutically to harness focus and maintain a positive outlook on life.
Kim wants to sell her work to provide a better life for herself and her son. "It creates a sense of pride that someone would want my paintings." Kim's future goal is to give back to the community by teaching art to children.
"I want to create art that the world has never seen before."
Our Fine Art Paper and Photo Paper are OBA-free acid-free, 310gsm, bright white water-resistant paper made from 100% cotton. The fine art paper is a premium, flat, textured canvas paper. Our Mounted Canvas is a polycotton blend matte canvas using a pH coating that is optical brightener additive-free, acid-free, and whitening agent-free.
Each of our frames are hand built upon order to fit each piece. fine art paper and photo paper prints are framed with classic contemporary authentic wood measuring 1¼” w x ¾” h with a ⅝” rabbet with glass covering and optional white matting. Our mounted canvas prints are framed in floating authentic wood measuring ⅝” w x 2” h with a 1 ¾” rabbet.
Prints and frames are made to order and ship from within 5-7 business days of your purchase via UPS from California. If your prints arrive damaged please let us know and we will correct them for you.
ArtLifting's empowers homeless and disabled individuals through the celebration and sale of their artwork. Learn more here.