Because of Baltimore-based artist Ed Kaitz, native artwork aficionados may have a chance to personal one among his one-of-a-kind, whimsical, colourful, unique artworks whereas supporting Baltimore Youngster Abuse Middle on the identical time. Kaitz has generously provided to donate a portion of gross sales from all of his art work as an ongoing present to help BCAC, a company near his coronary heart.
Kaitz is a survivor of early childhood trauma, and as an artist, he creates stunning, surreal works as a type of expression and a technique to share his distinctive creativity with others. He has had one man exhibits in and round Baltimore. His work could also be discovered within the personal collections of artwork lovers up and down the East Coast. A lifelong arts fanatic, Kaitz has been creating distinctive work, blended media works, drawings, poetry, illustrations and songs since 1999.
“We’re grateful that Ed Kaitz thought-about Baltimore Youngster Abuse Middle when deciding to donate a portion of proceeds from the sale of his art work to a toddler abuse group,” stated Adam Rosenberg, LifeBridge Well being’s vice chairman of violence intervention and prevention. “Baltimore space children will most actually profit from Ed’s present, and artwork lovers will take pleasure in proudly owning a chunk of distinctive artwork whereas giving again to little one abuse survivors on the identical time. A win-win for everybody!”
If you need to inquire about any of his items or make a purchase order, you’ll be able to contact the artist straight at firstname.lastname@example.org or 443-253-1345. You can too see more of his work on Instagram.