Our programs, information, and activities are infused with art. Art provides a salve to help us face problems and traumas that may otherwise be too painful or uncomfortable to confront. The arts also provide exuberant expression of our joys and innermost desires, which may not always be deemed ‘appropriate’ to share in our everyday lives. Our online art galleries bring together artwork that is historically important, culturally diverse, and thematically compelling. We present work by established artists as well as those who have been historically overlooked, and who are just emerging.
These online galleries are designed to help us explore and address our inner states of mind and perceptions, interpersonal relationships, cultural norms, cultural shifts, and our connections to Nature which unifies us all. We encourage families to experience the arts together, as audiences and creators.
Center on Sibling Dynamics™
Music | Paintings & Drawings | Poetry | Short Films
Center for Families with Animals
Paintings | Short Films | Music
Center for the Adult Child™
“Let’s Get Through This”: Kahlil Gibran – On Children
Green Pet-Burial Society: Art Galleries
Members of Family Spirals® Arts League – to be composed of artists, scholars, administrators, and philanthropists – will support projects, lead workshops, curate exhibits, judge competitions, and/or participate in events online or at locales around the world. We will be exploring a diversity of art forms. As we add members, they will represent different cultural backgrounds, within and outside established art institutions and programs.
- Pierre Gider, Ph.D., Dance & Movement – Sports biology in dance, University of Graz (Austria), Special Olympics International.
- Matthew Kenney, Culinary Arts – Leading plant-based chef, author, educator, and multi-site restaurateur.
- Jason Ostro, Visual Arts – Artist, Gabba Gallery owner.
To learn more, or join our Arts League, please Contact us.
Sofonisba Anguissola, Three Siblings of the Gaddi Family with Dog, c. 1555-1560, oil on panel, 74 cm x 95 cm, private collection. Public Domain.
Oscar García Rivera, Comparsa, 1940. Juan A. Martínez y el Vero Beach Museum of Art. | Fair Use.
Frida Kahlo, My Grandparents, My Parents, and I (Family Tree), 1936, oil and tempera on zinc, 30.7 x 34.5 cm, MOMA, NY. © 2017 Banco de México Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo Museums Trust, Mexico, D.F. / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York. | Fair Use.
© Matthew Kenney, Matthew Kenney Cuisine. Courtesy of the artist.