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Art for a Cause

I’ve designed a few nurseries over the years for parents waiting to adopt. It’s a very different experience, and it really opened my eyes to a whole new pathway to parenthood. Adopting a child is a beautiful thing, and there are so many children in need, even just in the United States.

When I came across Foster Art Company, I knew I had found a gem. I’m always on the lookout for great artwork for my clients, but there was something special about this company. I could see that the artwork was beautiful, but the message is even better.

Kids Artwork from Foster Art CompanyStuffy’s Party by Annika (age 3)

Foster Art Company is not only a source for beautiful nursery and kid’s room artwork, but it’s also a company with a mission. The profits from art sales are contributed to foster care organizations and helping foster care kids get a better chance in life. Foster Art Company was founded on the belief that all children deserve a stable, safe and loving home. Their mission is to support the children in the foster care system by filling homes, offices and public spaces with beautiful and meaningful artwork.

Kids Artwork from Foster Art CompanyArt by Aiden (age 4)

Oh, and did I mention that all the artwork is created by children? Each piece of art is made by a child, which makes it even more heart-warming to have one of these pieces in your home.

Kids Artwork from Foster Art CompanyPineapple by Jake

Even the trendiest subjects are available, like pineapples, safari animals and watercolor abstracts. It’s a one-stop-shop to adorn your walls, and you can feel good knowing that you’re helping the cause, giving a chance to the more than 400,000 children in the United States foster care system.

Kids Artwork from Foster Art CompanySafarino by Frank (age 15)

Kids Artwork from Foster Art CompanyPalm Trees by Kennedy (age 15)

If you’re not in the market for any new artwork, there are other ways you can help. If your child has created any art pieces, you can donate them to Foster Art Company to be reproduced and sold. You can also host a workshop for kids to create new art pieces to be donated. Check out Foster Art Company for more information. And if you’d like more information about adoption, visit

Art for a Cause - Little Crown Interiors

Friday 23rd of September 2016

[…] [The following is a piece I wrote for Project Nursery, and you can see the original post here.] […]