LAFATE GALLERY ART OF CHARITY BENEFIT ART SALE
Award-Winning Folk Artist and Philanthropist, Eunice LaFate is Partnering with Non-Profit Organizations in Fundraising Efforts. LaFate Gallery will Donate a Portion of the Proceeds from the SALE of her two Iconic Lithographs, copies of which are included in the Art Collection of the Presidential Library of Former President Bill Clinton. The Lithograph "Melting Pot s. Salad Bowl was published on the Cover of a Manual to teach Race Relations in America.
Price for EACH Lithograph, Signed & Numbered with a Certificate of Authenticity is $100.00
Purchase one or both lithographs, with FREE Shipping/Handling to Anywhere in the USA.
A Portion of the Proceeds from your Purchase will be Donated to the Non-Profit Organization you are supporting.
Thanks for your Patronage. "It Takes A Village...."
MELTING POT vs. SALAD BOWL
State of Delaware Division of the Arts
Governor's Awards for the Arts 2014
Eunice LaFate has infused Folk Art into everything she touches, and has used the art form to improve the lives of the people and communities she works with. Originally from Jamaica, LaFate’s creative vision finds its origin in the colors and tones of the island’s people, landscapes, and culture.
An accomplished self-taught artist who has been painting for more than 20 years, her work is in the permanent collections of the William Jefferson Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock, Arkansas, as well as the Blue Ball Barn Museum in Wilmington, Delaware.
As a speaker for the Delaware Humanities Forum, board member of Creative Vision Factory, and advocate for the Folk Art form, LaFate has encouraged participation in the creation of art by children and adults across the state, including bank employees, Job Corp students, and people with disabilities. A recent highlight of LaFate’s work was her 20-Year Folk Art Retrospective Exhibition at the Blue Ball Barn Museum, complemented with the release of her documentary “ARTS AS PREVENTION” in the fall of 2013.
A social visionary, LaFate uses her canvas to address issues that affect the community and state—children and adults. She received an Individual Artist Fellowship from the Delaware Division of the Arts in 2004.
PHOTO: Daphne Stubbolo