This is a collection of artwork created by Guanlan Sisters over the years.
In our affiliated NGO, the Shaanxi Children’s Benevolent Aid Center, there is an after-school program wherein art students from nearby local universities assist children in creating various forms of artwork. A prevalent stereotype regarding rural villagers in China revolves around their perceived lack of cultural exposure and how they are illiterate with little knowledge of art or music. Consequently, our partner NGO tries to challenge this stereotype by introducing children to the world of art at a young age and give them opportunities to make creative works of their own.
All proceeds will help fund the education of current Guanlan Sisters and the ones to come.
You can donate to receive any of these artworks as a digital print, a medium sized paper print, or a large foam-backed print.
Small Digital print $20 || 6x9 hard-backed paper print $25 || 8x12 foam-backed print $40
If you wish to receive an artwork, fill out a form here with the number of the art print you wish to receive and its type, and then click the donate button to donate the amount accordingly.
Here are pictures by girls to celebrate lunar New Year of Dog.
In the sound of firecrackers an old year is gone.
Spring wind brings us warmth as we drink wine.
Thousands of households the sun shines upon.
The new charm will always replace the old sign.