Welcome to the Haus of Ollom
The Haus of Ollom is helping us cope with the COVID crisis and expand our usual events outside of the New York City area.
The Haus of Ollom is made up of rooms for presenting artists’ works. Think of it as an online gallery. The Haus helps us provide a safe haven for artists to present their work for viewing and purchase. In this first installment, we have assembled a group of artists that have been continuing to work on their art as we all heal. Art helps us see the world differently, helps us process our feelings and emotions and gives us focus.
Over the next year we will be adding new rooms, artists and new content from the existing Haus. Our intent is to continue to keep the site free and available to all. We encourage you to sign up for our email list so you can receive notices about new artists’ works as they are updated.
Some of the works you will see here will also be for sale by the artists. Please fill out a contact form in the artist’s Haus of Ollom room, if you would like to purchase specific works. We will send you more information.
Access to the Haus of Ollom is free, but your donations help us to continue bringing you new and exciting works. All donations are fully tax-deductible in the current US tax year to the extent permitted by law.
We offer many ways for you to make donations online: through the PayPal Giving Fund; PayPal Express Donations or with the donate button on our Facebook page. Donations by check should be made out to Prismatic Productions, Inc. and sent to our address below. If you can’t make a donation, we encourage you to sign up to be on our email list to receive updates about our site by using the form below.
During the CoVid-19 pandemic please remember to STAY AT HOME and WEAR A MASK AND SOCIAL DISTANCE if you go outside. We want to be safe and healthy!
Ollom Art is a division of the not-for-profit 501(c)3 corporation, Prismatic Productions, Inc., which was formed in 2003 to advance public interest in and understanding of issues of diversity; to educate, instruct and present to the public diverse art forms through performance, educational classes, symposiums, lectures, festivals, and similar activities; and, to provide artists of diverse backgrounds and forms with a forum to expose their works to the public.