Drawn to Heal is Gearing Up for More Custom Art in 2016

We're now a month into 2016 and we've hit the ground running. Our first piece of custom art for 2016 is for an upcoming wedding.Wedding This is a drawing of the venue requested by the bride and groom. Although I usually work digitally, I broke out the pencils to give this that extra special feel on their special day. I'm incredibly honored to contribute to such a monumental occasion, even in such a small way as this drawing.

With our first official drawing, I can also announce our first official donation of $100 to the Jimmy Fund at Dana-Farber.

Art can make a difference

Our mission remains the same - use art to make a difference. We'll be taking Drawn to Heal in many exciting directions, with announcements soon to come. Thank you all for your continued support - and for everyone who hasn't requested art yet - WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR!

Art from Drawn to Heal makes an excellent, personalized gift. Great for holidays, birthdays, or just because.

Feel free to request artwork here: [contact-form][contact-field label='Name' type='name' required='1'/][contact-field label='Email' type='email' required='1'/][contact-field label='Website' type='url'/][contact-field label='Comment' type='textarea' required='1'/][/contact-form]

I'll respond as soon as possible and get started right after.

Don't forget - Drawn to Heal is a pay what you want custom art service. Yes, that's right. No gimmicks, no hidden fees, no surprises. You request it, I draw it, you pay what you want. Half of all profits are donated to charity. Through of first six months in 2015 we donated $600 to great organizations like the Jimmy Fund at Dana-Farber, the ALS association, and the American Diabetes Association. Our goal for 2016 is to donate $1000.

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I'm incredibly excited for this new year and even more excited to share with you what we have planned.

Thank you once again for the love and support - together we can make a difference!

Regards, Matty