Happiness?
Happiness?
Happiness?
Happiness?
Happiness?

Happiness?

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$12,000.00
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$12,000.00
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ORIGINAL

Size: 32"H x 48"W x 1/4" Thickness


About the Artwork

My good friend, Mathy Downing, and her husband, Andy, had two daughters. The younger of the two was a happy, pubescent girl—a cheerleader who had lots of friends and was always making others happy; however, she had a lot of anxiety when she had to take a test, so her parents sought help and Candace was prescribed an antidepressant. Instead of making her happy, the drug did exactly the opposite. She became angry, had trouble sleeping and was suddenly aggressive. She wasn’t herself anymore. Her parents didn’t know what to do, but the doctor had a solution: Her prescription was increased and within 7 weeks, 12-year-old Candace hanged herself. Mathy now spends her free time on my Alliance. She speaks to other parents, advocating their rights and responsibilities to know more about drugs—and specifically about being familiar with the Medication Guides that are put out by the Food & Drug Administration.


Details and Shipping

Nancy's original artwork was reverse painted on 1/4" clear Lucite panels with acrylic paint. The artwork can be easily hung on the wall with stainless steel “edge grip stand-offs” (included with purchase). A certificate of authenticity is also included. All funds generated from these prints go toward the KMAD Foundation to help further the goals of the Alliance.

Please note that this item may take up to 7-10 days to ship.

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LUCITE

Size: 24"H x 36"W x 1/4" Thickness


About the Artwork

My good friend, Mathy Downing, and her husband, Andy, had two daughters. The younger of the two was a happy, pubescent girl—a cheerleader who had lots of friends and was always making others happy; however, she had a lot of anxiety when she had to take a test, so her parents sought help and Candace was prescribed an antidepressant. Instead of making her happy, the drug did exactly the opposite. She became angry, had trouble sleeping and was suddenly aggressive. She wasn’t herself anymore. Her parents didn’t know what to do, but the doctor had a solution: Her prescription was increased and within 7 weeks, 12-year-old Candace hanged herself. Mathy now spends her free time on my Alliance. She speaks to other parents, advocating their rights and responsibilities to know more about drugs—and specifically about being familiar with the Medication Guides that are put out by the Food & Drug Administration.


Details and Shipping

The Lucite prints are virtual duplications of Nancy's original paintings. Her original artwork was reverse painted on 1/4" clear Lucite panels with acrylic paint. The inks used on the reproductions are archival and the artwork can be easily hung on the wall with stainless steel “edge grip stand-offs” (included with purchase). A certificate of authenticity is also included. All funds generated from these prints go toward the KMAD Foundation to help further the goals of the Alliance.

Please note that this item is made on-demand and may take up to 7-10 days to ship.

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PREMIUM

Size: 24"H x 36"W


About the Artwork

My good friend, Mathy Downing, and her husband, Andy, had two daughters. The younger of the two was a happy, pubescent girl—a cheerleader who had lots of friends and was always making others happy; however, she had a lot of anxiety when she had to take a test, so her parents sought help and Candace was prescribed an antidepressant. Instead of making her happy, the drug did exactly the opposite. She became angry, had trouble sleeping and was suddenly aggressive. She wasn’t herself anymore. Her parents didn’t know what to do, but the doctor had a solution: Her prescription was increased and within 7 weeks, 12-year-old Candace hanged herself. Mathy now spends her free time on my Alliance. She speaks to other parents, advocating their rights and responsibilities to know more about drugs—and specifically about being familiar with the Medication Guides that are put out by the Food & Drug Administration.


Details and Shipping

Only 295 prints have been created of each of the 6 showcased pieces of Nancy's art. These prints are generated with an extended-print color range to capture all of the fine detail from her originals. Both the inks and paper are maximum archival qualities. The paper is textured heavy rag in content and snow white in surface. Nancy personally signs, titles and numbers each print and its accompanying certificate of registry for authentication. All funds generated from these prints go toward the KMAD Foundation to help further the goals of the Alliance.

Please note that this item is made on-demand and may take up to 7-10 days to ship.

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ARCHIVAL

Size: 13"H x 19"W


About the Artwork

My good friend, Mathy Downing, and her husband, Andy, had two daughters. The younger of the two was a happy, pubescent girl—a cheerleader who had lots of friends and was always making others happy; however, she had a lot of anxiety when she had to take a test, so her parents sought help and Candace was prescribed an antidepressant. Instead of making her happy, the drug did exactly the opposite. She became angry, had trouble sleeping and was suddenly aggressive. She wasn’t herself anymore. Her parents didn’t know what to do, but the doctor had a solution: Her prescription was increased and within 7 weeks, 12-year-old Candace hanged herself. Mathy now spends her free time on my Alliance. She speaks to other parents, advocating their rights and responsibilities to know more about drugs—and specifically about being familiar with the Medication Guides that are put out by the Food & Drug Administration.


Details and Shipping

These fine art, archival reproductions are printed on somewhat heavy, snow white acid-free art paper with archival inks. They are extremely color/detail accurate and are offered in a limited-edition size of 500. These come with a special certificate authenticating the edition size. All funds generated from these prints go toward the KMAD Foundation to help further the goals of the Alliance.

Please note that this item is made on-demand and may take up to 7-10 days to ship.

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CANVAS

Size: 24"H x 36"W x 1 1/4" Thickness


About the Artwork

My good friend, Mathy Downing, and her husband, Andy, had two daughters. The younger of the two was a happy, pubescent girl—a cheerleader who had lots of friends and was always making others happy; however, she had a lot of anxiety when she had to take a test, so her parents sought help and Candace was prescribed an antidepressant. Instead of making her happy, the drug did exactly the opposite. She became angry, had trouble sleeping and was suddenly aggressive. She wasn’t herself anymore. Her parents didn’t know what to do, but the doctor had a solution: Her prescription was increased and within 7 weeks, 12-year-old Candace hanged herself. Mathy now spends her free time on my Alliance. She speaks to other parents, advocating their rights and responsibilities to know more about drugs—and specifically about being familiar with the Medication Guides that are put out by the Food & Drug Administration.


Details and Shipping

The canvas prints are museum-quality, limited edition reproductions of Nancy’s art. Each canvas print is hand-crafted at one of LA’s premier print production facilities using a premium cotton/poly canvas, mounted on pine stretcher bars and applying lifetime archival inks. They are signed and numbered by Nancy. These come with a special certificate authenticating the edition size. All funds generated from these prints go toward the KMAD Foundation to help further the goals of the Alliance.

Please note that this item is made on-demand and may take up to 7-10 days to ship.