Art for sale to support SUFC

Tribute to 

Smokey

Johnson

by Big Queen

Cherice

Harrison-Nelson.

painted, beaded.

and otherwise

adorned

on a 36"-long

Giant Stick

donated by

the D'Addario 

Foundation

  

 

Giant Stick

painted, beaded

and otherwise

adorned by

Ms. Dupré

of the Tom Joyner Show

for

Sticking

Up

For

Children

 

Buy it now for
FEPE and EFE
$700

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'The Notes Are Loose!': Spirit Wheels 1 and 2' Drumheads painted by William Parker 

Buy it now for
FEPE and EFE
$700
Buy it now for $700

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'Feathers in the Dawn'

Drumsticks signed

by Bonnie Raitt, painted

by FEPE orphans, and

shadow-box

painted

by Maryse Déjean

'The Horn Is a Bell'

Drumhead painted by

Isabelle Jacopin 

'Where Would We Be Now?"

Drumhead signed

by the Doobie Brothers,

painted by Anastsia Pelias

Buy it now for
FEPE and EFE
$700

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'Allen & Prince'

Drumsticks and

shadow-box

painted by

Don Paul

'Make It Count' 

Drumhead played and signed by Idris Muhammad

Donated to SUFC by Idris' niece Elizabeth Dunams

Painted by Don Paul

SUFC Art Gallery 2016 & 2017 

Painting by John Bukaty of Neil Young at New Orleans

Jazz & Heritage Festival 2016

Buy it now for
FEPE and EFE
$700

These are students at Ecole Pour les Enfants in Port-au-Prince. They were  photographed by Maryse Déjean in September 2016. The EPE school is of more than 160 students and it serves all 38  orphans of the nearby Foyer Espoir les Enfants (FEPE) orphanage.

 

These students represent why Sticking Up For Children exists. They and their teachers continue to progress in classrooms that are often without electricity. They continue to advance and to produce outstanding pieces of art.

 

We know from their work and their characters that they and their teachers can also help to generate and assemble 3D-printed prosthetic limbs. We know that they can create their own sustainability.

Drumsticks painted and adorned by Artemis Pelias,

donated and signed by Stanton Moore, min. bid $150

Sold .

.Drumsticks-as-art painted by orphans at FEPE or children at

SUFC's Music & Art Days/

.Drumsticks-as-art painted by orphans at FEPE or children at

SUFC's Music & Art Days/

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.Drumsticks-as-art painted by Artemis Pelias, donated and signed by Stanton Moore

.Drumsticks-as-art painted by Artemis Pelias, donated and signed by Stanton Moore

Sky above the harbor of Port-au-Prince

Art from Haiti and Maryse Déjean

Still-life by Elzire Malebranche, 1966, 18 x 22 with frame,

from the collection of Miche Balin Déjean, min. bid $500

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'Arabian Dream, Sequence 1' by Maryse Déjean, 1977,

monotype silkscreen, 16 x 20 with frame, from the

collection of Miche Balin Déjean, min. bid $250

Art from the collection of Don Paul

'Inspiration' by Kathe Kollwitz, 1905,

26 x 36 with frame, min. bid $1500 

 

'Atomic Christo' by Patti Heid,

48 x 80 with frame, purchased from the Vorpal Gallery

min. bid $ 7000 

 

All purchases or other contributions through Sticking Up For Children are 50% tax-deductible due to our Public Charity 501 (c) (3) status. 

 

Instructor James Catalono of Future Factory with students of the

Kuumba Institute of the Ashé Cultural Arts Center in New Orleans. James and his partner Adrienne TraHAN have given two Workshops in 3D=printing for Kuumba students at the Ashé. 

ITeacher Jonathand Saintine with students of Ecole Foyer Espoir, the school that's partner with the Foyer Espoirt Pour les Enfants orphange in Port-au-Prince. Jonathand completed a course in 3D-printing of prosthetic hands at Healing Hands of Haiti during June 2016.