Art for All
"Anything that is of value in life only multiplies when it is given."
- Deepak Chopra
From portraits to body painting - we've got you covered.
Drawing, paint parties, abstract paintings, children's face painting, and much more!
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Renaissance 21 is a full spectrum art producer, from impressionist paintings to landscape, murals, mixed media, and portraits.
We also host paint parties ages 4+, ranging from birthdays to corporate events. We produce private parties at various locations throughout the Greater Puget Sound area and also host customized parties for special occasions at the locale of your choice.
As a community, we must work together for change and social justice. Partnering with organizations, such as The Tacoma Urban League, we've been able to do amazing non-profit work in Pierce and King counties. Some of the biggest problems in our community come from joblessness, lack of opportunities, and a lack of hope. Our focus is social and economic equity through art, mentorship, education, and entrepreneurship.
Renaissance 21 hopes to be your go-to source for art, events, and youth services. We are an engine for change.
Contact us for your experience TODAY!
LeShawn Gamble is a community minded, US Army Veteran. He's currently a graduate student of psychology, sociology, and medicine at the University of Washington.
As LeShawn would put it, he's also a former casualty of the disproportionate policing and prosecution practices of the American judicial system. Instead of succumbing to such an experience, he's instead fusing his artistic abilities with his desire to see true change in under-served communities. He embodies his personal and professional mission to empower at-risk youth in the Greater Puget Sound area with Project L.O.V.E.
With a focus on social justice, LeShawn's art as well as his work center on a better future for communities of color.
“Start by doing what is necessary, then what is possible, and suddenly you are doing the impossible.”
― St. Francis of Assisi