That’s why Florida’s Association for Infant Mental Health (FAIMH) has partnered with the breakthrough luxury artist Johnathan Schultz to give hope to Florida's babies. Schultz has created a new piece "A Beautiful Mind" with his signature GEM character to exclusively benefit FAIMH, featured at silent auction with 100% of proceeds to support infant mental health in Florida. Drawing inspiration from the natural beauty of gold, the pureness of flowers surrounding the character's head, and the hope that we all hold inside us for a bright future, this stunning piece is made with 23k gold and is valued at $40,000.
South African artist Johnathan Schultz, known for his ability to blend precious stones in his breathtaking pieces, showcases his work in his gallery located in the Miami Design District. Schultz is best known for his gigantic 3D diamond-encrusted recreation of Nelson Mandela’s fingerprint. More recently, he has created one-of-a-kind pieces for Cindy Crawford, Todd English, and Udonis Haslem.
The Florida Association for Infant Mental Health was born in 2000, with the intention to promote infant and early childhood mental health so that every baby in Florida is emotionally healthy, equipped to learn, and nurtured to develop their full potential. We believe everyone whose work touches the life of a young child from birth to age 5 is part of our community of infant & early childhood mental health professionals. Our goal is to strengthen all of them, across all sectors, disciplines and roles, so that they have the specialized knowlege, competence, skill and way of being to support young children's mental health in their service. Each year, FAIMH serves thousands of infant & early childhood professionals across Florida. Your support ensures that Florida's babies are being cared for by professionals who will promote strong, positive mental health in their earliest years to ensure they have a strong, positive future.