art for good


Ryan in conversation with Anna Conlan, Director of the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, on the grounds of Mohonk Mountain House

The Box

A revolutionary intersection of art and medicine. A socially-conscious, collaborative, public art installation created by Artist Ryan Cronin alongside Go Doc Go Founder Maggie Carpenter, MD.

expect a bike ahead

Harnessesing the transformative power of art to propel a nation-wide public safety campaign rooted in building community partnerships and focusing on creating dialogue among cyclists, motorists, and pedestrians. We are looking for partnerships to leverage this campaign across the country and around the global.


The painting - Me, We, Us- is a bold and colorful interpretation of author, and activist, Shelly Tygielski's message that self-care and healing make way for collective action and social change. ⁠

preserving cultural landmarks

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the original Woodstock Music Festival, Ryan designed a custom wrap for a Moke, a street-legal, electric leisure car that was raffled off, with 100% of the funds raised will be donated to the foundation to preserve and interpret the historic site and enable museum, education and creative learning programs.

planting cashew trees in Senegal

We are inspired by change makers and by people and organizations who uplift others. All of the work that Le Korsa does in Senegal focuses on investing in and empowering the people within their communities, both young and old.

Hudson Valley GIves

If you find yourself on Main Street in New Paltz, look up when passing by Schatzi Pub and Bier Garden and you will see a mural Cronin created during HV Gives to benefit TMI Project + Go Doc Go.

the truth will set us free

In support of TMI Project’s mission to help craft and amplify radically true stories to ignite human connection, challenge the status quo, and inspire both storytellers and listeners to take action for positive social change.

feeding frontline workers

In late April 2019, Ryan kicked off a worldwide campaign to honor essential workers across the globe by sharing his creation, “Love Can Fly” in partnership with Founders Give, an initiative that formed in response to COVID-19 to feed healthcare workers in hospitals in New York City.

Woodstock Farm Sanctuary

In 2018 Cronin, along with 19 other artists, created sculptures for the Woodstock Farm Sanctuary to raise funds and awareness for their work with rescue farm animals, raising over $10,000 that went directly to the sanctuary to care for the animals.

Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue

Cronin was commissioned by Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue to create a piece for the founder of Susie Seniors, Erin O'Sullivan and her partner Brandon Stanton (founder of Humans of New York)