A Gift That Lives On and Beyond

When we say a Gift That Lives On & Beyond, we’re not kidding. InJoy Artistry is about giving that special little boy or girl something they can cherish forever. Each piece of art was painted by artist, Sarah Nehamen with ‘one of a kind in mind,’ marking a milestone in a child’s life with something meaningful and memorable.

WRAPPED TO IMPACT

If you’ve been searching for the ‘Perfect Gift” or beautiful Nursery Art, InJoy canvases STAND OUT from any ‘off the registry’ present because they are packed to make an impact. Personalization filled with personality, full of colors that move, images that inspire and words that celebrate each child individually. Printed with museum quality imaging techniques and hand crafted in the U.S.A, every InJoy canvas is designed with the ‘Discriminating Giver’ in mind.  As a child grows up, ‘things’ come and ‘things’ get thrown out over and over again, but it’s the ones that touch the heart that transcend time. If you want your gift to say “I know you” and “I love you” AND be a beautiful keepsake that’s unforgettable and will last forever, we invite you to enjoy, InJoy!

ABOUT THE CREATOR

Sarah Nehamen is a designer, childrens' art teacher and awarded inventor. She founded InJoy Artistry after creating hand painted wedding contracts for friends and family. That quickly lead to baby announcements and other personalized gifts. When her youthful designs grew in popularity, she decided to make them available for everyone. Prior to launch, Sarah developed and licensed an internationally distributed beauty product that was awarded recognition in Oprah Magazine, The TODAY Show, Cosmopolitan, ABC TV and Redbook Magazine.

THE ART OF ELYSIUM is a Los Angeles and New York based organization that brings the comprehensive arts programs to hospitalized youth, allowing children to express themselves through drawing, painting, drama, music, fashion and more. A percentage of the profits of InJoy Artistry will be donated to this wonderful cause. To learn more, please visit www.artofelysium.org.