The Gratitude Project is an exhibition of 6-inch x 6-inch floral-themed paintings by members of the Arizona Art Alliace. The theme of gratitude is represented by flowers as a way to acknolwege and thank Healthcare Workers during the time of Covid. It is customary to say thank you with flowers – what better way than with art!
The paintings will be on permanent display at the Phoenix Veterans Administration Medical Center; and on temporary exhibition at the Mayo Clinic, and other area hospitals to be announced.
How to participate:
Canvases are available through the Arizona Art Alliance, the Arizona Artists Guild, and the participating arts organizaitons. You are welcome to use your own 6-inch x 6-inch inch canvas board. Any two-dimensional medium may be used to create a floral themed work of art.
Each artist may donate multiple botanial works of art on 6-inch x 6-inch canvas boards.
Floral themed work only.
Be sure to orient the canvas with the velcro on back at the top.
Be sure to print legibly on the label, providing as much information as possible.
Canvases may be picked up and dropped off at the participating arts organizations, the Arizona Artists Guild or the Arizona Art Alliance.
AAG – Mondays 8-12 | Wednesdays 2:30-5:30 or by appointment APlogman@icloud.com
AzAA – by appointment info@AzArtAlliance.com
December 15, 2021: last day to donate works of art.
February 1, 2022: Arizona Art Alliance Virtual Exhibition of the Gratitude Project opens. There is no end date for this exhibition
Installation of the Gratitude Project at Phoenix Veterans Administration Medical Center: TBA
Mayo Clinic temporary exhibition: TBA
Other area hospitals participation: TBA
Each 6-inch x 6-inch floral work of art will be photographed and included in the Arizona Art Alliance virtual exhibition along with the information you provide on the label. This is intended to allow people to contact you directly with inquiries.