Eunoia  [pronounced: you-know-ee-uh]

Eunoia is the shortest English word containing all five main vowel graphemes. It comes
from the Greek word εὔνοια, meaning "beautiful thinking”.                                                                                                    
Eunoia Gallery offers an exquisitely curated collection of fine art from locally, nationally,
and internationally acclaimed artists. Established in May 2014, the gallery features
select world-renowned and prestigious local artists. This allows serious art buyers a
unique opportunity to obtain collectable and investment pieces, while still remaining
accessible to every art appreciator.
Our mission is to make the world a better place through art.
We recognize the positive impact that art can have on a local community and around
the world. With a vision to make the world a better place through art, the gallery is
committed to supporting a wide variety of charitable organizations.                                                                                        
To date, over 700,000 sq. ft. of rainforest and more than 1.5 million sq ft of Big Cat
Habitat have been saved. A portion of the proceeds from art sales have been donated
to various charities including: Doctors without Borders, Edesia, Babies 4 Us, the
National Ovarian Cancer Coalition and the Leukemia Lymphoma Society. Eunoia has
also helped the Rare Disease Community in many ways. Eunoia offered Beyond the
Diagnosis art exhibit a place to store the exhibit, Eunoia also arranged artist contacts as
well as art handling and transportation services. The gallery was also used to host
events for their cause. Eunoia did such a great job that they hired our curator, as an
outside contractor, to handle and curate events at the FDA, NIH, the Broad Institute,
Fontainebleau, Vertex, Novartis, the Mayo Clinic with the Smithsonian, Nemours,
Children’s of Alabama, Hofstra, and a number of other places. Eunoia also curated and hosted the
CBS Special Feature cover story event. Eunoia’s co-founder/curator has done over 300
various nonprofit fundraising events over the course of his life. He was honored by the
Red Cross for saving over 100 lives. Several years later, the Quinnipiac University of
Medicine gave him the Artist and Humanitarian Award of 2017.

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