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Beautiful art for a good cause

Jellybeanstreet artworks are colourful, raw and emotive pieces inspired by the creative young minds of children across Australia, America, and the United Kingdom. We host workshops to encourage creative education and laughter, before teaming up with professional graphic artists to transform the works into stunning prints in all the colours of the rainbow. We are proud to donate profits from resold pieces to children’s charities nominated by the artist and their parents. 

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JBS-49801

Canvas Prints by

Landon Rosatti - 10 Years Old

St.Jude's

from $60.00

JBS-48425

Canvas Prints by

Evangeline Vasiliadis - 3 Years Old

Make A Wish America

from $60.00

JBS-44404

Canvas Prints by

Josiah Hippert - 7 Years Old

Lupas Foundation of America

from $60.00

JBS-44406

Canvas Prints by

Josiah Hippert - 7 Years Old

Lupas Foundation of America

from $60.00

JBS-36309

Canvas Prints by

Lucy Kate Montgomery - 7 Years Old

Alzheimer's Association Greater Dallas

from $60.00

JBS-31820

Canvas Prints by

Alia Hardesty - 2 Years Old

Childhood Cancer

from $60.00

JBS-47588

Canvas Prints by

Aandi Nolton - 7 Years Old

Australian Leukodystrophy

from $60.00

JBS-48073

Canvas Prints by

Quinn Illigash - 10Months Old

Womens And Childrens Foundation

from $60.00

JBS-49137

Canvas Prints by

Chloe Gordon - 2 Years Old

Alzheimer's Association of Orange County

from $60.00

JBS-49690

Canvas Prints by

Remington Bartel - 5 Years Old

American Cancer Society

from $60.00

JBS-66271

Canvas Prints by

Reagan Black - 2 Years Old

Froedtert Hospital Foundation, Inc

from $60.00

JBS-66321

Canvas Prints by

Trinity Physical Therapy Unit North Dakota - 6 Years Old

Great American Bike Race

from $60.00

We have been fortunate to be the recipient of several donations from the sale of artworks and have been able to purchase art & craft supplies for sick kids in Hospital to make their time a little more entertaining - in a way this brings the idea full circle..



~ Jill Newman Arts in Health Coordinator, Women’s & Children’s Hospital Foundation, Adelaide

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