Artists for Peace

Artists for Peace


Artists for Peace
111 Darby Shire Circle
Frankfort, KY 40601
United States

Artists for Peace are a special project of the Kentucky Domestic Violence Association (KDVA) which encourages artists to become engaged in ending violence against women and girls through a contribution of their artwork.

The project is on-going throughout the year, including gallery exhibitions and an annual auction of selected art submissions.

Invite you to browse our gallery. All the artwork you see here can be purchased at any time by contacting KDVA.

You can also read about each of our featured artists as well as find links to their own personal websites.

Upcoming Events
Artists for Peace are an on-going project that accepts applications at any time. All accepted art will be posted on the website for sale throughout the year. Selected art will be chosen for exhibit and/or auction as these events occur.

(502) 209-KDVA
(502) 226-KDVA

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