Happy Patron

Happy Patron Here, you can purchase amazing artworks sustainably. For every piece of art you buy, you help give creative education to underprivileged children.

Here at Happy Patron:The Social Art Gallery, we provide you with a curated selection of limited-edition art prints. Every print sold funds art education for up to 50 children. Because every child is worth it.

Quite an interesting Q&A we'd like to share with you:https://www.quora.com/What-problem-does-buying-art-solve-for-the-bu...
11/14/2016
What problem does buying art solve for the buyer?

Quite an interesting Q&A we'd like to share with you:
https://www.quora.com/What-problem-does-buying-art-solve-for-the-buyer/answer/Jordan-Service?srid=hhFBy

Jordan Service's answer: You have a completely limited view in understanding art because of the way that you approach the topic— As a transaction. So you have to keep an open mind. Art is not a transaction. It’s not a test like task. It’s an expression. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7E7Odys_lH...

We use a consistent share of our revenues to educate young generations and make it possible for them to study art. See m...
10/22/2016
How We Sponsor Art Education for Children

We use a consistent share of our revenues to educate young generations and make it possible for them to study art. See more on the link below.

If you’ve read the story of Happy Patron, you must know by now about our focus on art education for children. As a startup art gallery aiming to fund at least

There are a lot of scientific studies researching the impacts of art in our lives. Art is food for the soul. Looking at ...
10/18/2016
Research Shows Healing Properties of Art

There are a lot of scientific studies researching the impacts of art in our lives. Art is food for the soul. Looking at some artworks, its colors and shapes, enables our self-healing. Find out more about some of the most recent studies on the subject by clicking on the link below.

Over 500 years ago, Leonardo Da Vinci was noticing how “painting embraces all the ten functions of the eye; that is to say, darkness, light, body and color, sha

The built of a better future requires sustainable ways of living in every aspect of our lives. But is the art industry s...
10/14/2016
Should the Art Industry Be More Sustainable?

The built of a better future requires sustainable ways of living in every aspect of our lives. But is the art industry sustainable enough?

We are trying to do our best by using eco-friendly materials and generating less waste in our processes. With small changes in our daily actions, we can leave a better world for the next generations.

They say the Earth needs 1.5 years to regenerate all the resources we use in one year. While we are an art gallery with a cause, here, at Happy Patron, we’re af

Address

New York, NY
10003

Alerts

Be the first to know and let us send you an email when Happy Patron posts news and promotions. Your email address will not be used for any other purpose, and you can unsubscribe at any time.

Contact The Museum

Send a message to Happy Patron:

Nearby museums