Special Art by Special Young Artists

Art is Therapy


Art is FUN


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Every child deserves a voice. Join us in helping children with special differences communicate, learn, and grow through art



Our Mission

Angel Boy Artists are children with special differences and their siblings. The purpose of our gallery goes far beyond raising much needed funds for the artist's family. We hope that by browsing these beautiful creations the public will learn more about these special kids and how they communicate.... 

We strive to help children with special differences flourish, communicate and express themselves through art; raise money for children with special differences; and break down stigmas surrounding children with special differences....

Become a member of Angel Boy Art for as little as $2.97 a week. Three levels of membership are available. Each membership level offers weekly, monthly, or yearly commitments. Benefits include free artwork, free cards, and "Last Word" bidding...

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This 2 and 1/2 minute video gives an overview of our history and our programs. Our deepest thanks to Frank Molina for generously donating his time, equipment, and talent to produce this video.


By Louie Jr., Age 8, Central Nervous System Disorder

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SINGAPORE: Several Members of Parliament have expressed shock and disgust that protesters, rallying against the CPF scheme, heckled children with special needs at a YMCA event at Hong Lim Park on Saturday (Sep 27).

The children had been trying to perform at the YMCA Proms @ the Park event, where volunteers and beneficiaries such as the elderly, people with special needs and underprivileged children, got together for a concert and a picnic.

The protesters, led by bloggers Han Hui Hui and Roy Ngerng, had encroached upon a lawn demarcated for the YCMA event. The group, some bearing placards and "shouting slogans, disrupted performances and frightened participants, including special needs children who were performing at the charity event" according to a joint statement by the National Parks Board and the Singapore Police Force.

The police said they would be investigating the incident. The protesters had received a permit to hold their event at the Speakers' Corner, but at a different lawn.

To read the full article click HERE


THe Super Store with "Art" in its name!

Angel Boy Art would like to thank Wal*Mart for their ongoing support of community organizations like ours that strive to make life better for those in need. 

Wal*Mart has consistently supported Angel Boy Art's programs with community fund grants over the past several years.  This year Angel Boy Art has received permission to set up fundraising booths outside Wal*Mart in Hinsdale, NH. These booths are much more than just donation stations. Please READ ON!

Our fundraising tables provide interactive opportunities! Experience painting with some of our adaptive tools and learn how to paint with a toilet brush! Our staff are happy to talk with you about who we are, what we do, any aspect of of programs (which are all FREE), or are just as happy to listen to how we can help you.

We will be at the Wal*Mart in Hinsdale on November 1st and 2nd from 10am to 4pm. Come see us and mention this offer and we will give the first 100 people an artsy prize!

Keep our programs running 

As may of you know, Angel Boy Art

is just now getting back on our feet

after two years of being forced to 

shut down due to lack of funding.

We desperately need help from 

EVERY one of you! 

Thank you to all who participated in our raffle. Winners have been drawn and prizes are being sent out soon!

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