ART360 – Art that Inspires.

Promoting awareness, community, and opportunity for artists
with disabilities and/or mental illness through the recognition and sale of their artwork.


Stand Out with Socially Responsible Artwork
Looking for unique artwork for your corporation, business, organization, or home?

“Stunning.” “Inspiring.” “Amazing.” These are some of the words personal collectors and corporations have used to describe artwork purchased from ART360 artists. 

Every piece tells a story. Join the growing number of corporations, businesses, organizations and homes nationwide choosing to decorate with socially responsible art.

 What Makes ART360 Different?  We utilize a “Circle for Good” concept, artists earn income from the profit of each sale, a percentage goes to the client’s non-profit of choice, and the remaining portion is used to further NorthPointe’s mission.

Three Ways To Purchase Art

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1. GALLERY – In-Stock Artwork

2. COMMISSIONED – Custom Artwork


Art Supplies to Donate?

 ART360 Featured Artist: JAMES CANSLER

“I paint all the things I see around me and and I am inspired by the works of Picasso – the first time I saw his work, I wanted to paint.” 

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To learn more about ART360 classes click here.

Recent Commissions :

Enterprise Fleet Management Account Executive Christine Cortina: “Having the opportunity to decorate our office while supporting a local organization was appealing and represents Enterprise’s commitment to community growth and prosperity.” Click here to read more.

CorTech International’s Senior Vice President Kathy Greco: “I was impressed by the level of creativity and professionalism in the paintings. What is great is that at the same time we are supporting the community and an organization dedicated to social good.”  Click here to read more.

ART360 Awards

In 2004,15 artists with disabilities collaborated on four outstanding paintings depicting each season. Utilizing their preferred mediums, the artists produced an amalgam of perspectives of each season’s energy. Of the four seasons, Summer was chosen from more than 2,000 entries to be permanently displayed in the Continuing Care Accreditation Commission (CARF-CACC) building in Washington DC.