SHOPPING SAVINGS: PORTRAITS FOR GOOD
With Mother’s Day around the corner, Portraits for Good is offering a 20% discount on artwork by founder Alix Greenberg using code MAMMA17 at checkout. The ease of online shopping coupled with the boutique nature ofPortraits for Good and the charitable component, makes this a gift worth giving.
Portraits for Good just partnered with online framing venture Frameology giving customers an option to purchase a quality wood custom frame at checkout.
Portraits for Good, which Alix founded in 2015, is a platform for artists to create custom art and sell limited edition prints while also giving back – with each purchase made, a portion of the proceeds is donated to the organization of the customer’s choice.
Alix was born and raised in New York City – went to Horace Mann and then received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Cornell University in 2009 with a focus on painting and portraiture. Alix holds a Master's degree in History of Art and the Art Market, began a professional career at Christie's and have held positions working for artist Peter Tunney, at Skarstedt Gallery, and for the American Friends of the Israel Museum in development. Inspired by the culture of giving back and having devoted my professional and academic life immersed in the fine art world, Alix created this website as a forum for artists to make art and simultaneously do good. Artwork has been featured in publications including the 'Sconset Limited and the Horace Mann Review. Portraits for Good represents the following artists Melissa Brice, Denton Burrows, Joey Feldman, Harley Langberg, and Mike Natter. Portraits for Good’s charity partners include ASPCA, American
Cancer Society, Planned Parenthood, and JDRF, and many more.
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