allie artTM is the colorful creation of Allie Guard, a young woman with Down Syndrome from Cincinnati who is drawn to the magic of color.
Using colored pencils, she fills intricate patterns with bright hues to create graphic landscapes, each with unique qualities of movement and emotion. After completing a design, the artwork is either framed for display, turned into wearable art in jewelry and accessories, or added to usable items such as book marks, key rings, ID badge reels and bottle stoppers. Allie's mother, Sharon, helps her in the process. All pieces are one-of-a-kind and guaranteed to elicite smiles.
Check out this story on Allie from Channel 12:
Upcoming 'allie art' showings 2017:
Northminster Fine Arts Fair
Northminister Presbyterian Church
Saturday, February 4, 10a-4p
Click here for details.
Ladies Night at Cheviot United Methodist Church
Friday, March 10, 6:00-9:30p
3820 Westwood Northern Blvd. 45211
We are excited to announce that 'allie art' will now be available at a very cool shop on the west side of Cincinnati called The Metallic Giraffe. Click here to check out the store!
'allie art' is also available at a new store located in Amelia, called The Colorful Cupboard! Click here for more information about the store!
And you can find 'allie art' jewelry in downtown Cincinnati at a store called Urban Eden in OTR.
'allie art' was honored to receive the People's Choice Award: Best in Show at the 2015 Crafty Supermarket show held in Music Hall in downtown Cincinnati! There were 90 crafters at the show from several states, and a record 6,500 shoppers who attended!