An active member of her community, Kelly co-founded an advocacy group in Portland to provide support for victims of sexual violence. The group, Not Ok PDX, is best know for training bar staff to deal with sexual harrasment.
In 2017, Kelly moved to Spokane, Washington. About six months later, Kelly was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Kelly continues to inspire those in both her community in Portland and Spokane, but her tumor has made it hard for her to be active. She continues to recieve treatment, and bills continue to accumulate
You can donate to Kelly during the monthly art shows, or by contributing to her active GO FUND ME page.
photo credit: @alley_works
Susan is a prolific local artist from Spokane. Her work explores female identity, nature and the beauty of darkness. She keeps busy by playing in a variety of mediums of which include: acrylic, watercolor, pen and ink. Susan is a mother of three
In the fall of 2017, Susan Webber was diagnosed with breast cancer. After a year of intense chemo and surgery, Susan is for the better part done, but like most cancer survivors she has plenty of bills to pay
You can donate to Susan during the monthly art shows, or by contributing to her active GO FUND ME page.
Blaise Barshaw is a fairly recent transplant from Portland, Oregon. Blaise is also a prolific artist, and has created everything from detailed sculpture, to three dimensional paintings and color books.
In the Spring of 2018, Blaise went to the doctor thinking he had a severe sore throat. As it turned out, Blaise had developed a fast moving cancer on his tonsils. After five intense weeks of radiation and chemo therapy, Blaise finished his treatment, but Blaise has plenty of bills to pay
You can donate to Blaise during the monthly art shows, through the upcoming zine, or by contributing to his active GO FUND ME page.