Hello and thank you for this opportunity to connect and share my paintings. I like to make it a point to find commonality as it helps when reaching out and meeting new associates.
welcome to the Survivor Art Gallery
we Will gladly accept art from Breast cancer survivors patients just email me at DarletteKnox@yahoo.com
I will sign and return any print purchased.
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Here's a deal for Minnesota residents A free ride to or from the Minneapolis St Paul airport when you make a $50.00 donation or purchase of art from this gallery account of Darlette Knox.or if you purchase a framed print from this survivor art on this gallery ( this for Minnesota residents.)
breast cancer or knowing someone who has breast cancer and needing help to get through your treatment and to get through your recovery is difficult. Financial support is tuff.
Survivor art by darlette Knox has created this online art gallery to be shared and contributed to by all survivor s.
Breast cancer survivor series art. Expression has helpful to me with
Art , art is life art and expression and working through your pain art has helped a lot of us cope with illness .Don't cut off your ear but art can assist you in expression .breast cancer patients like myself have found art to be relaxing medicinal and therapeutic.
I have created the online space through artpal.com I call the gallery " the survivor series" "Survivor art" is art created during the surgery healing and breast cancer treatment procedures surgery radiation recovery and living beyond the estimated rates of life expectancy.
The gallery is located at:
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As patients survivor s like myself continue adding art to the gallery. People can buy art or prints in support of those in need.
Be sure to share this link with friends and family, add it as a signature to your emails, share it on Facebook and Twitter and other sites. The more you promote and pass it on the more you can help.