The Boston Art Sale to Visit Before 2015

Visit the Grange Furniture showroom at the Boston Design Center for a one-of-a-kind art show that benefits disadvantaged artists.

Artwork by Scott Benner. Photo provided.

Now through the end of the year, Boston Design Center’s Grange Furniture showroom, known for displaying handcrafted French furniture, will be home to an art show with a mission for social good. Organized in collaboration with ArtLifting, the show features work by local homeless and disabled artists who might not otherwise have the ability to showcase their work in a professional gallery.

ArtLifting offers original paintings, drawings and prints created in art therapy programs around the city. Founded in 2013, it’s the brainchild of social advocate Liz Powers, who while working in many Boston-area shelters, realized there was no market place for the work of so many talented artists.

35 ArtLifting pieces are on display in the Grange showroom through December 31st. Artwork varies in style, and ranges in price from $75 to $10,000 dollars.

Visit the Grange Furniture showroom at One Design Center Place, Suite 130, or learn more at artlifting.com.

Artwork by Allen Chamberland. Photo provided.

Artwork by Scott Benner. Photo provided.


Olivia Rassow Olivia Rassow, Associate Editor bmagdigital+orassow@gmail.com