Angel Boy Art
Special Art by Special Young Artists
For more than 8 years, Angel Boy Art has devoted its energy to passionately advocating for children with special differences and their families. Explore our site to learn who we are, what we do, and how you can support our programs. All donations are 100% tax deductible, including items purchased from our online gallery.
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history and mission
what we do
Angel Boy Art was inspired by a two year old boy who hated his physical therapy. Learn how art transformed his therapy from a hated chore to a eagerly anticipated game on our History and Mission page. Here you will find a timeline of our history, more about our founder, and more on the growth of ABA.
Locally, nationally and internationally, Angel Boy Art is a vocal advocate for children with special differences and their families. Our programs have touched nearly every state and four countries. Our programs have been honored by Easter Seals as being an"excellent resource for kids with special differences."
Our work is not seasonal. Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall, we run our programs with your generous support. There are many ways to help from donating supplies to donating your talents. Visit the Make a Difference page using the link below to learn more and see our featured fundraiser.
Every child deserves a voice. For many, art is a preferred form of communication. For some non-verbal children, art may be their only form of creative expression. Angel Boy Art’s mission is to explore the myriad of ways art can benefit children with special differences. Angel Boy Art has many programs to meet the needs of children with special differences. These are: The Art Fairy Program, Free Online Galleries, Free In-Home Art Therapy, Free In-Home Counseling, and Group Projects. Angel Boy Art also runs special projects aimed at engaging the community, and hosts “Thursday Night Talks” which provide an opportunity for the community to hear various specialists speak about issues regarding children with special differences.
Angel Boy Art is now proud to bring the Resource Center to downtown Brattleboro located at 61 Main Street and open 10am to 6pm Thursday through Monday.
The Angel Boy Art, Inc. Brattleboro Resource Center features art by children with special differences, education, handmade jewelry, vintage and modern jewelry, books, art projects, professional art donated to the gallery, limited edition prints, framed art, photography, custom orders, jewelry cleaning, and friendly faces. Fans of the TV show “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” may remember Angel Boy Art was featured twice. As a result the gallery has several painting signed by the cast, including Ty Pennington. Artwork ranges in price from $10 to $500. Angel Boy Art is a nonprofit organization and does not charge sales tax. Checks and credit cards are accepted.