Untitled

Flavorful Eccentric Art

Tap Into A Bottomless Well of Creativity!

At Food For Art Co. we're centered around creativity in paintings and having fun! The CEO is an acclaimed artist of this fruitful company. She paints in all mediums, to mention acrylic, oil pastel and pen and ink. Some of the Original artworks have been displayed in museum exhibitions. Proceeds from this business will help turn her artwork into paint by number kits soon. Your support will help make this happen. Right now reprints are available for purchase in framed or canvas (size ranging from 12x12 to 24x36). Please  join us by supporting our efforts to make a measurable difference in the art community. 🎨

 
White Rocks

News & Specials

Your Food For Art Co. Resource Center

Our media database includes the latest art showings of Food For Art Co. Here you will find the collection of art by the CEO on display dating back from the organization’s inception in 2018, all the way up to the present day.

 
Paintings In Gallery

From Idea to Reality: The Evolution of Food For Art Co.

Wild Flowers

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Art Gallery

Making a Splash at the AAAC

March 4, 2021

AMA Art Exhibition

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June 3, 2021

Albany Area Arts Council Exhibition

 
LeVetta Davis, CEO

A Bit About The Artist

Working Towards a Better Tomorrow

Here at Food For Art, there is value in everyone. LeVetta Nealy-Davis is a Georgia-based artist. She has spent more than three decades building a portfolio of acrylic and oil pastel medium ranging from drawings to paintings. Since 2018, this company is a catalyst for positive change driven by the same ideas we initially founded our Arts Organization upon: support, empowerment, and progress. The mission, the vision, and how Food For Art Co. goes about making the changes the world should see is on this website. Support the Brand.......

 
 
Wheat Field with Cypresses

Vincent van Gogh

"Great things are done by a series of small things brought together"