Artwork for earthquake relief for Japan…

Many of my fellow online artist are creating art and a percentage of the sales goes to legitimate relief organizations. I have two pieces up for auction on Ebay and 100% goes to charity through Ebay’s “Mission Fish.” One is a Limited Edition Print called “Lifeline Japan” and the other is an original ACEO artwork called “Gimbare Nihon.”

Limited Edition Print "Lifeline Japan" #2 of only 6

Limited Edition Print-100% of the profit from this auction goes to “American Red Cross” to help families and children through Ebay’s “Mission Fish.”

Title: “Lifeline Japan”

I grew up a big fan of Japanese culture and art. Our house was decorated with Japanese influenced art, furniture, vases, and figurines. I had two dear friends (brothers) I went to college with in the 70’s from Japan. This is my tribute to the Japanese art form, manga.
American Red Cross is in Japan right now and they need our help. There will be only six of these prints sold. The original artwork was done in graphite, ink, colored pencils and marker. Comes signed, dated, and numbered. Shown in a standard 5 x 7 mat (not included) that would fit in an 8 x 10 frame. This is an actual scan of the print, colors may vary on different monitors.
By Texas Artist/Artisan Sherry Key
Detail "Lifeline Japan"
Original ACEO "Gambare Nihon"

100% of the profit from this auction goes to “Hands On Tokyo” to help families and children through Ebay’s “Mission Fish.”

Title: “Gambare Nihon” (Remain Strong, Japan!)

Within hours of the earthquake and tsunami, artists throughout Japan began posting illustrations of cheerful and proud manga characters urging “Gambare Nihon!” (Remain Strong, Japan!) on blogs, cell-phone websites and even on telephone poles and community center bulletin boards.

You are bidding on an original artwork. These little art cards take me a minimum of two hours to complete. ACEO’s are 2.5″ x 3.5″ very collectible baseball size artworks. These can be collected in albums, game deck holders, frames or any of these that are designed to hold baseball cards.

This one is done in ink and colored pencils on bristol (sturdy like card stock but made for artwork)


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  1. Congratulations Sherry! How kind of you to donate. I love the culture of Japan too – especially their cuisine which I think is my favorite 🙂 Good luck on the fundraiser!

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