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Go behind the scenes of our exhibition pieces, below!
AFH’s Graphic Design Studio customized wooden blocks to be shown and sold at the end of summer exhibition.
The wall hanging product was a visual reaction to the design team’s inspirational tour of Dana Farber Cancer Institute where they learned the impact data visualization can have on research, the importance of pathology labs to cancer diagnosis, and the role of design in medicine.
Our 3D Studio also fabricated unique custom wall hangings mounted on wooden blocks.
Having mastered paper collaging, the 3D Studio discovered a new method for successfully dying aluminum in creative ways.
The new dyeing method is the result of weeks of experimentation, and a highly specific chemical process.
Our Painting studio has been hard at work this summer honing in on perspective, scale, balance, representation, and abstraction.
Saw something you like? Select pieces are still available for purchase. For inquiries, email Brenda Leong at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Thursday, August 24, Artists For Humanity hosted a Summer Art & Design Exhibition celebrating another successful summer of creative jobs for creative teens at the EpiCenter.
After sanding pieces down, the 3D studio often seals wall pieces with resin for increased vibrancy and durability.
Inspired by visits to the Museum of Fine Arts this summer, the painting studio found new ways to integrate STEM concepts into their work.
Namie, who was featured on the NBC special report on Artists For Humanity, incorporates light in innovative ways into her paintings. Here, Namie stands with a self-portrait featuring her signature ‘neon’ line work.
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