"Healing Pink Butterfly"
Cards With a Healing Message!
By Lauren Marsh
Lauren loves printmaking. One of our recent projects was making a series of butterfly monoprints on card stock paper and turning them into greeting cards that carry a hopeful, cheerful, thoughtful, and joyful message to someone. Each card is hand printed one at a time by Lauren, so each card has it's own unique "personality!" These cards are truly a labor of love for Lauren, who wants to make a contribution to the community in which she lives and to make beautiful art that people can enjoy! The proceeds of these cards go to the Mary Grace Memorial Foundation and to the Medina County Board of Developmental Disabilities.
We think Lauren has surpassed her wishes! She hopes you like her cards!
|Card with no bow|
|Card with a pink cancer bow|
Card size is 4 3/4" x 6 1/2"
Inside of card is blank
A small paper insert is included that explains the symbolism of "pink," "healing," and "butterfly"
Price: $3.50 each or five cards for $15
Cards are available with or without the pink cancer bow
If cards are not hand delivered a shipping and handling fee will apply for mailing
About the artist… Lauren
Lauren is a
gifted artist who has been enjoying art all her life. Currently in her 20s, Lauren has studied art
privately under the direction of professional Teaching Artist, Anitra
Redlefsen, M.S., for many years.
Cognitively challenged since she was very young, Lauren has been able to
overcome many obstacles by expressing her thoughts and feelings through the
world of art. Her passion for art is
diverse, with a wide range of abilities and talents. She enjoys a variety of styles, including
still life, animals, landscapes and abstract compositions. Lauren has completed commission pieces and has
had her artwork exhibited in the VSA Ohio annual juried exhibition for the past
5 years. Of her art, she says: “I make art because it makes me feel happy and
proud. I hope you like my art!”
donates the proceeds of her cards to local charities, including the Mary Grace
and the Medina County
Board of Developmental Disabilities.
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