90 Days of Art is a creative initiative for charity. Over a 90-day period, an average of one piece of art per day will be produced—with 100% of the proceeds to be given to the Japan relief efforts (via UNICEF). UNICEF is committed to helping children in Japan impacted by the recent earthquake and tsunami. Their specific needs may include health, development and protection and other needs that may have been compromised or disrupted in the wake of catastrophe.

All art exhibited on this website is available in a variety of formats and sizes, framed or unframed, with average prices ranging from $20 to $200. Consider it an affordable and tangible way of supporting a fantastic charity. Each limited edition piece is archivally printed on Hahnemuhle Torchon fine art paper, in order to ensure the highest quality presentation. Please see my FAQs page for more information.