What We Do

About the grantLOVE Project
The grantLOVE project is an artist-owned and operated project that produces and sells original artworks and editions to benefit artists and arts non-profits.

Created by Los Angeles artist Alexandra Grant in 2008, grantLOVE is a symbol of artist philanthropy. Alexandra was inspired by the work of Paul Newman and the Newman’s Own brand as a form of lateral philanthropy, where a company sells products in order to generate profits to give to charity. To date, the sale of grantLOVE products and Alexandra’s artwork (prints, sculpture, etc.), necklaces and rings have raised funds to support multiple Los Angeles art projects and charities.

Beneficiary Organizations

18th Street Arts Center

Epiphany Conservation Trust

Heart of Los Angeles (HOLA)

LAXART

LOVE House

Project Angel Food

Union for Contemporary Art

X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly

If you'd like to donate to support our work, we're currently accepting donations to complete the LOVE House Project.

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The 2019 grantLOVE awards!

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We are very happy to announce the 2019 grantLOVE awardees: The Heart of Los Angeles (HOLA) Visual Arts, X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly and The Love House (through Fulcrum Arts). For over ten years the grantLOVE project has partnered with different artists, non-profits and their communities to ...
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United in ❤️💛💚💙💜

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United in ❤️💛💚💙💜 (small LOVE neon stack), 2017 Neon96 1/2 x 20 1/2 x 1 1/2”Edition of 3 + 1AP$30,000 www.grantlove.com/collections/frontpage/products/united-in Profits from the purchase of this neon go to supporting arts non-profits and artist projects with a focus on supporting the freedom and ...
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