Phil Egan Program for the ArtsAdult Services
The Phil Egan Program for the Arts is designed to provide artists of all abilities and backgrounds access to the Bay Area art community by selling and exhibiting their work in public spaces, corporations, and art institutions. AbilityPath has had exhibitions at the Children’s Discovery Museum of San Jose, The Palo Alto Art Center, The Walt Disney Family Museum, Lexus, and LinkedIn Corporate Office. Through these art exhibitions and sales, people in the community have gained a better appreciation for the achievements and talents of individuals with disabilities.
Since 2000, the Program for the Arts has sold more than 500 works of art to people from all walks of life, including art collectors and corporate executives. With sale prices ranging from $30 to $1500, the Art Program supplements the artists’ incomes by giving them 80% of the profits made from art sales. The talented artists who exhibit with us work across an array of styles and media, from ceramic to aluminum foil, oil paint, and watercolors.
Up now through May 31st, join the AbilityPath Art Program in a virtual exhibition with over 160 Bay Area artists. A new aspect of the 35th annual exhibition is charity; 15% of sales will benefit DrawBridge, a Bay Area arts program for homeless children. For details about their programs, visit DrawBridge.org. Drop by our page and enjoy the beautiful art on display there!