Center for Accessible Art

In 2013 I founded CFAA, a registered nonprofit. Our mission is to make art accessible to segments that wouldn’t otherwise have access to it.
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Free Art Programs for Kids of All Ages & Demographics

My mother recgonized my love for art as a kid and encouraged it. There are many kids that don’t have the type of support I had so our organization supplies the instruction, supplies and encouragement these young kids need.

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Working with Seniors

Art therapy is a great activity for seniors. The sessions are mostly about a group coming together and having fun while doing art and not as much about the
finished product.

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Free Oil Painting Workshops for Kids

These workshops were very rewarding for me. We went to the small town of Sugar Grove in southern Ohio and conducted free painting classes for kids. 

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The Friendship of a Lifetime

During art workshops at a local senior center I befriended Jack. When I saw his photograph from WWII I felt compelled to sculpt it as a bust and give it to him.

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A Letter of Appreciation From a Parent

We don’t always see the results of the work we do in the nonprofit realm. A letter like this means a great deal to me!

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Non-Visual Art for the Visually Impaired

This article was featured in Columbus Monthly Magazine about my non-visual art for the visually impaired project.

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We love working with so many different businesses. It gives us a chance to make something great, have fun and create a mutually satisfying project.  

Giving Back

In 2014 Sayers founded Center for Accessible Art a registered 501c3 non profit. Our mission is to make art accessible to segments that wouldn’t otherwise have access.

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