The Pink Frame, founded by Becky O'Toole, is an initiative that gives back: with every painting sold, The Pink Frame donates a portion of proceeds not only to Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and MUSC Hollings Cancer Center in support of patients and their families, but also to non-profit organizations to assist in their fundraising goals. Living on Daniel Island, South Carolina, Becky's mission is to bring the peace and calm she sees on the coast to others who have a need for hope in an otherwise dark time.
As a breast cancer and leukemia survivor, she uses her creativity to give back. Whether selling her work in stores and galleries or donating art to organizations to help with their fundraising, she paints with purpose - sharing the value of what her paintings can do, not just what they are. She has been fortunate to be able to give back to so many wonderful organizations, by way of those who support her mission and the art she creates. Her work can be found along the East Coast, from Maine to South Carolina.
Ironbound Gallery (Camden, ME)
Tin Bucket Shop (Reading, MA)
Kjeld Mahoney Photography Gallery (Scituate, MA)
Joye Gifts (Scituate, MA)
Acquire Good (Hingham, MA)
Gallery on Jarves (Sandwich, MA)
SalterieOne (Duxbury, MA)
Bozzuto Greene Art (Baltimore, MD)
After spending the last decade in Scituate, Massachusetts, I started a mission to bring the feeling of coastal peace and calm to those who need hope during an otherwise dark time. As a breast cancer and leukemia survivor, I use my creativity to give back. Now based on Daniel Island, South Carolina, I continue to sell my work along the East Coast, painting with the purpose of donating to Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and MUSC Hollings Cancer Center in support of patients and families. I am so fortunate to be able to share the value of what my paintings can do for others. My work is a culmination of every coastal place I have been to in my life – always leading back to the beautiful marshes and beaches of Coastal New England and now the Low Country. I paint from memory, not from pictures. I paint in a studio with just my music and my mind. And the result is what many of my clients call, “meditative yoga for my wall.” And with each person I am able to help through this artistic journey, it helps me heal a little bit more too.