Autism After 21 Art

Madison House Autism Foundation

The mission of Madison House is to provide more support, more opportunities, and more hope to adults with autism and their families. They accomplish this by partnering with committed individuals, organizations, and governments to bring about creative, dynamic, and effective solutions that reshape possibilities for adults with autism.

Three Pears Productions proudly and passionately serves Madison House by providing pro bono consultation and studio work, including graphics, and marketing support, and by working with clients and customers to propose continuing opportunities to partner or collaborate to raise awareness and funding for the foundation.

In 2018 Three Pears began working on the Autism After 21 initiative at the foundation, assisting in the production of a national annual art show exhibiting the work of 21 adult artists with autism. Currently, two major breakfast conferences are held annually, each featuring an Autism After 21 art show.

Three Pears provides pro bono work for the production of the Autism After 21 initiative art show. Another effort to raise awareness about the untapped resources of people living with autism.

Three Pears studio created this heart from an original piece of art to be not only one of the iconic marks for the 2018/19 Autism After 21 cycle, but created scarves from it that are sold at events with all proceeds going to the foundation.

There are remarkable moments like this when we meet the juried artists for the Autism After 21 art show. Here Hannah, who is non-verbal, touches her art, as she does every time she sees her work displayed.

Working with MHAF’s visionary Co-Founder, JaLynn Prince, motivates, challenges, and renews our passion daily.

The Three Pears team is always ready to volunteer to help with the enormous work involved in setting up one of the Madison House Autism Foundation’s breakfasts around the country.

V. R. Ferose, Vice President of SAP, one of the guest speakers at MHAF breakfast conferences, helps business and community leaders understand the importance of hiring adults on the autism spectrum.

Three Pears studio designers work to develop products that can be sold to raise awareness and funding for our client, Madison House Autism Foundation.

At the ribbon cutting at the now Foundation-owned DIBS ANTIQUES in Buckeystown MD, where proceeds from popular local antique shoppers go to improve lives, Three Pears is there to help with our experience in display, showroom and retail design, and to find possible participant dealers to partner with us.

Our graphics department designs donation cards.